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In shelter Dog

Jefferson, WI, 53549
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JANET: Shepherd-type mix, adult spayed female, very sweet personality, shy at first and needs time to get to know you, very affectionate with people she knows, loves to be petted and get belly rubs, medium energy level, seems to like most other dogs, approved for very gentle and respectful children age 12 and up.

Im an extremely sweet girl whose past life was pretty rough. I am quite shy with new people and need time to understand that youre my friend. Once Im comfortable with you, I will adore you and give you the sweetest hugs and kisses! I love to be petted and get belly rubs, and am just a doll with people I trust. I have a medium energy level and nice leash manners, and I enjoy playing with stuffed animals. I seem to like most other dogs and am approved for very gentle and respectful children age 12 and up. Im looking for a kind and patient adopter who understands that Ill need some time to feel safe and comfortable in my new home. Once I settle in and realize that youre my forever family, I will devote my life to giving you every bit of my love and loyalty!

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