I'm Ziggy. I am full of energy and mischief, and ready for all the adventures you're going to take me on. I'm about six months old, and have a very short, sleek black coat with tan eyebrows and socks. I weigh about 30 lbs. so I'm well on the way to being a medium large girl. I'm quite lean and lanky right now. I'm very affectionate, and have liked all the people I've met. I'll ask for pets, and will cuddle very close to you. There's a resident dog at the foster home, and I love to chase, wrestle and even cuddle with her. I think having another playful dog in my forever home would be wonderful. I sleep through the night in a crate I'm sharing with Stardust. I'm working on housetraining. I'm looking for someone that can be patient and teach me a few more manners and hopefully a few tricks too! I haven't met cats or children yet. My sister Stardust and I came to SCARS together. There are a few things you should know about us right off the bat. There seems to have been a mistake made at the eye station on the puppy assembly line. Two pairs of eyes were mixed up, and we were put together with one brown and one blue eye each. We've relied on one another for all of our young lives, so please know we are going to miss each other when we go to our forever home. We've lived alone long enough that we have a few habits that need work. We gobble our food. It will take some time before we know that our next meal is secure. We also jump up, especially if we think you're holding some food. We've been caught putting our paws on the counter if we think there's food up there. Don't I sound like a bundle of fun, and just right for your family? If so hit that adopt button now!
Available for adoption

Good with dogs

Good with kids ages 5 and up

No dogs of the same sex in home

No homes with female dogs

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Animal Type(s): Dog
Gender: Female
Color: Brown/Black
Approx. date of birth: February 16, 2022
Breed: Mixed Breed (Large)
Weight: 33.7 lbs
Intake date: June 11, 2022
House trained:
Please note: If other cats/dogs in your home are not spayed/neutered, we may deny your application. SCARS exists due to lack of spaying/neutering and it is our goal to end this cycle. If there is a documented medical reason for your animal to not be spayed/neutered, we will work with you.