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In shelter Dog

Waterloo, IA, 50703
Pet name:
Black and Tan Coonhound
MY STORY: Sunflower came to CBHS as a stray.

AGE: Approximately 1 year old.

My name is Sunflower!
I am a high energy submissive girl who likes attention. I am working on not jumping on the humans, I just get so excited to see them. I enjoy playing with toys, squeaky toys are my favorite!

I am a smart girl! I know the command sit. I do take treats a bit quickly, but when Im told to take it nicely, I do listen. I am food motivated and I can eat very quickly. 

Since I was a stray, it is unknown if I have ever lived with other animals. I was very happy and excited to see other dogs at CBHS. I really like other doggy friends! I would love a home where I can live with other dogs! I think I should meet your other dogs prior to adoption though, that way we can make sure that we are a good fit together.

I am looking for a home that can provide me with a lot of love and attention. One that will take me on walks and play with toys. Is that home with you?

Cedar Bend Humane Societys adoption center welcomes visitors by appointment only. Interested adopters are encouraged to submit an adoption application prior to making an appointment.

For more information on Cedar Bend Humane Societys adoption process or to schedule an appointment please call 319-232-6887 or email

Thank you for rescuing a homeless pet from Cedar Bend Humane Society!


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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