Month: February 2020
I went to my forever home on March 14, 2020!
***In Heartworm Treatment***
More About Me:Please note, while I am not available now to adopt, I will be available to physically go to an adoptive home after my treatment for heartworm disease is finished. If my new family is found, they can foster me until I am finished with treatment and then adopt me if they can get me to my doctor appointments. One important thing I need is groceries. I came to Pet Harbor paper thin. Hopefully that explains why I tend to be grumbly and food-fixated. Well, it could be that and/or that I was in heat at the time. Let’s give me a chance to settle in and get through heartworm treatment & hopefully I’ll adjust.Read More
I went to my forever home on February 29, 2020!
More About Me: Information coming soon!Read More
More About Me:Seriously, I give the best kisses. I am kinda bossy to the other dogs. First, that may change, but, secondly and more importantly, who cares? What I love is humans. So why do other dogs matter? I am more dog than you could possibly want. And I’ll seal that with a kiss or two or three. I know commands and most of the time will obey them. I’m really cute, and I’m really playful. One of my favorite toys is ice cubes. Toss an ice cube on the floor & watch me bat it around without a hockey stick. Wanted: One or more people who will accept the best kisses in the world from the best kisser in the world. Smooches!Read More
More About Me: My energy level is super, super high. So, too, is my level of happiness. I am filled to the brim with love, joy, & spirit & I spread it everywhere. I’m Mikey’s polar opposite. You know how Mikey hates everything (“Let’s let Mikey eat it. He won’t eat it. He hates everything.”)? I love everything. And I have to get up close & personal. I’m not a gearshift. I don’t have a number of gears. I have sleep (not often), which is recharging, and I have full throttle. I don’t have any in-between gears. So if you are looking for a full-energy dog who is beautiful & has immense love to share, you found her! Oh, wait. Before I forget, let me tell you about my toe. I had to have a toe amputated. If you want to know why, maybe you can translate my veterinarian’s records. I can’t read it. Let’s be honest. I can’t read at all, not because I don’t know how but because that means sitting still, and I’m not going to do that.Read More