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In shelter Dog

Mountain View, AR, 72560
Pet name:
Mountain Dog
Amberly came to us with her two siblings, Ada and Apple. She has been raised in a small pen all her life (8 months) with very little attention or socialization. She was extremely afraid when she got here, but shows no signs of aggression. These girls were extremely afraid when they got here, but show no signs of aggression. Amberly is starting to come around and is learning that she is safe here. We do not believe they were abused, just neglected. Amberly now takes treats from us and is going in and out of the yard without hesitation. Anyone interested in adopted her will need to be patient and visit a few times or take her home and give her the time and space to adjust. She will most likely do best in a home with other dogs, but we are not sure. You can always foster her to see how she does in your home. She has never been inside so is not house trained per say, but she only potties in her outside area here. She does know how to use the doggie door. If you would like more information, please contact the shelter at 870-269-5200 or visit at 17379 Highway 9, Mountain View, Arkansas. You can also go on-line at and complete an adoption application.


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