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In shelter Dog

Ballston Spa, NY, 12020
Pet name:
Mixed Breed
Brown / Chocolate
Hi everyone, Rowan here. Can you help me out? I am looking for something my friends keep calling a loving "home." I dont really know that that is. See, I came in as a stray and was found running around outside so my friends dont have a lot of history on me. Really I am just a sweet girl, but I can be nervous with new people. It has taken me some time to get comfortable with my friends here but when I do become comfortable I really am a sweet girl. I love calm voices and gentle snuggles. But dont let that fool you- I am an energizer bunny and love to run and play too! 

I think my ideal home would be with someone who has had experience with nervous-nelly dogs before. I may benefit from training, not because I need to learn new stuff but just for the confidence building it provides! I did come in with another dog, but I dont exactly know how I feel about them. I do think a kid free and act free home would be best for me right now though.

I really am a good girl. just a bit nervous is all! But give me patience and love and youll see the fun-loving and affectionate gal I am. Give my friends a call to schedule a meet! 518-885-4113


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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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