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At A Glance
|In addition to LOVE this dog has the following requirements:|
|Entered Foster Care||Fence||Kid Friendly||Another Dog||Cat Friendly|
|7/30/2014||Boundary training||Yes||Optional||Not tested|
|This is the most recent information available; however, it may change as we learn more about the dog.|
This will be hard to believe once you meet me, but both Avery 14-216 and I were abandoned in a dump as small puppies! Fortunately, some wonderful people found us, and we became RAGOM girls on July 30. Although we weren’t in great shape when we arrived, a few weeks, baths, great food, and lots of love have made all the difference in the world. After only a few weeks, I’m getting a bit chubby; have a beautiful, black, wavy coat; play; wiggle; and act very silly.
Pretty in pink
News Flash… Potty training is going extremely well when my foster mom and dad stick to a schedule and pay attention! Wake up, folks, I’m sniffing over here by the front door! I received a perfect bill of health from the vet on August 18, tipped the scales at 20 lb., and didn’t even make a peep when I was microchipped and given my first round of shots. My spay surgery is scheduled for August 30, but I have found the perfect hiding spot, so we will see if that surgery happens!
I love to play with other dogs of all sizes. I approach new dogs by letting them know I am no pushover by barking a lot (trying to sound tough!), but it only takes a few minutes before I make a new friend. I've been kid tested and approved, but would really appreciate it if children chilled a little and approached me with patience. I like to feel comfortable with new places and people before I relax and enjoy myself.
Here are some tidbits from my foster mom:
Anna (right) and Avery
Playing with the resident dog
To be honest, I’m simply a wonderful puppy who needs a forever home. You’d love meeting me and remember to bring treats… lots of them!
As you catch a glimpse of my ridiculously good looks in the photos below, please remember: