It's me, I'm still looking for my forever home. What am I looking for you ask? I need a confident fur friend. I would love a male playmate or an older female. I love to play, so I hope they would too! I love being active. I love to go for walks, I'm learning fetch and love chewing on toys (I also like to sneak shoes). I have a mischievous side my foster family says. I like to speak when I am excited, and have a rumbling growly voice. I play hard and sleep long. I never liked the crate, but do sleep through the night under the foster family's bed. I like to be near the resident dogs. I eat well with the other resident dog, no food aggression here! Why older kids? I've been around older kids and they seem ok. New situations and new people take me a little while to warm up. My usual stance is I will bark and back away. Once I know you're safe I'll warm up. I love belly rubs, laying at your feet and being near you. When you go away and come back, I get so excited my whole body wags. Sometimes I even give foster mom a smile. I love my walks, playing with toys and the occasional shoe that I sneak from the humans. I have also loved going camping with my foster family, I love exploring the trails and meeting new people - something I am still learning is meeting new people. They love how soft my fur is and tell me how beautiful and sweet I am. The foster home says I am a diamond in the rough. I have a very playful streak, and once I gain your trust, I will love you. If you have the time and patience to continue to work with me, please press that adopt me button!

Available for adoption

Attending next adoption event

Fenced yard required

Good with dogs

Good with kids ages 10 and up

Must have another confident dog in the home

No Condo/Apartment Homes

Adopt Me!
Animal Type(s): Dog
Gender: Female
Color: Brown/Apricot
Approx. date of birth: December 4, 2022
Breed: Mixed Breed
Weight: 31.7 lbs
Intake date: March 4, 2023
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.