I have been with SCARS since November and came in with my two barely 2 week old pups Abra and Cadabra. My story is a sad one but things have gotten so much better for me and my pups. I am approximately 2 years old and have spent all my life outside and as I wasn't used to living inside, it did take me some time before I would venture from the garage to the house and now foster mum and dad can't keep me out. I just love playing with my new friends here, we all get on great and even share treats together. My favourite pastime is running around outside with my friends - I will also ask to go out so that I can just zoom here and zoom there all round the garden, it's so much fun!! I can be wary of new things and people, but soon warm up, although, even now after being with my foster mum since November, I can still be unsure of her when she approaches me and will move out of the way until she tells me everything is okay and then I know all is good. I can be in your face sometimes and foster mum keeps telling me I need to learn about personal space and whatever that is. My manners are getting better, but I have been caught a couple of times trying to counter surf. I also can get bored and when I am I have been known to chew/eat things I shouldn't but foster mum now gives me kongs to keep me busy while she is at work and so far, I've been pretty good. My ideal home would be with someone who would like a running companion as I have so much energy that I think that would be great for me. I would also like a home with another dog, so that we can play together. I do have a tendency to jump, so maybe not a home with young children.
Available for adoption

Good with dogs

Good with kids ages 10 and up

Must have another confident dog in the home

Puppy - I will grow up to be Large (> 50 lbs / 23 kg)

Adopt Me!
Animal Type(s): Dog
Gender: Female
Color: Black
Approx. date of birth: November 16, 2020
Breed: Mixed Breed
Weight: 58 lbs
Intake date: November 15, 2022
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.