Bug is living in a foster home. Submit an application from our website and then make an appointment to meet her.
Bug is not eligible for foster and will be a straight adoption.
Housebroken: Working on it, but doing well overall on a consistent routine with frequent potty breaks
Crate trained: She has been doing well with free roam when her foster is away.
Dog sociability: She has lived with dogs in foster, and has gotten along with some but not all dogs. She would likely do best with friendly, tolerant, calm dogs.
Cat sociability: She lives with a cat in her foster home and has been doing well after a slow, proper intro period.
Kids: Unknown, but may not be a match with younger kids as she can be nervous and easily startled.
Bug is all legs and spunk. She would love to live in a quiet neighborhood with a fenced-in yard where she can feel comfy and at ease, away from the loud scary noises of the city. She may also enjoy living with a friendly resident dog, but would likely also be just fine on her own! She loves to cuddle under the covers during the night and will keep your feet warm. Bug is working on her leash manners with lots of treats, and learning to feel more confident on her walks. Bug loves to be near people and would do really well with someone who works from home, and - most importantly - has lots of love and cuddles to give her!
Bugs adoption fee is $300.She is spayed, up to date on core vaccines, microchipped and heartworm negative.
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