Twilight is a beautiful Staffordshire Bull terrier that is about 9 years old. K9Kare received a phone call from a vet tech asking if we could take this beautiful girl. The owners had taken her to the vets office to have her euthanized because they no longer wanted her. They were shocked when the veterinarian refused to euthanize a perfectly healthy dog.
That is when we stepped in to help Twilight. She was with the dog trainer for about a month. The trainer had lots of great things to say about her and the progress that she had made. We were delighted when Twilight found a home in the PNW.
Fast forward about 2 years. We got a phone call from a shelter in Washington. They said Twilight had been in their shelter for TWO months and was at risk for euthanasia. We worked with the shelter and were able to bring Twilight back to Texas. She is currently staying with the dog trainer until her new home is found. This time we hope it will be her FUREVER home. This sweet girl deserves that!
The ideal home for Twilight is a home without cats. She loves all people, but because of her high energy she might not be a good fit for a home with small children as she might knock them down. The trainer says Twilight would be great with another high energy dog to play with. She is smart and eager to please.
Twilight is a sweet and cuddly girl. She cant wait to meet her new family.
If you are interested in adopting this awesome girl please go to www.k9kare.org for an application. Once the application is complete please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
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