This big, adorable girl is Winnie. She unfortunately was found abandoned outside our shelter as a little puppy. She spent some time in a foster home until she was big enough for adoption. She is our longest resident dog and unfortunately, Winnie has grown up in our shelter. We would love to see her continue to grow in a forever home! She is a sweet, silly dog that would love to find a family to grow with! She would be a great addition to a family that has experience with large breeds but may do best without young children as she may be too big and strong for them. She has been going to training classes at Dayton Dog Training Club and working on her skills but would need to continue those training skills once in a new home! Winnie can be a fun girl that loves playtime and toys. She likes going on long walks and working on her commands! She especially loves running around the yard, playing with toys, leaning on you for snuggles, and giving big sloppy kisses! She has met and done well with other large dogs but we still recommend she meet any potential dog friends before going home with them. If you think you could give Winnie the perfect home, fill out and send in an adoption application so our staff can review it, and if approved, we will contact you about setting up a time to meet with her!
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