SPRING ADOPTION SPECIAL $175.00
This sweet gal just cant catch a break. She was adoptEd at the beginning of April. Unfortunately, her adopter abandoned her in an Arizona shelter to die. This sweet gal has now found herself looking for a new foster or adopter ASAP.
Sugar is 4 yrs old. She was found starved and abused until her angel found her and loved her. Foster took her to the vet and got her healthy, taught her the kennel wasnt bad and even bought her toys!
She is dog selective. Sugar will need to remain SINGLE & LOVING IT, We feel right now, she would need to be the only pet in the home. Right now we know she does well in the family environment. She has been around children 5 and up. Obviously, she likes to play and doesnt understand little kids.
Needs mature strong experienced handler to help her learn the house rules. This sweet girl is learning to trust and love all over again. She is working on training and manners.
Would do best with someone who is home with her, as she does have some separation anxiety after everything she has been through.
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