Angie is a spunky lady who was found wondering around a truck stop. She had burns on top of her back probably from being under vehicles, but those have healed are not noticeable. Even though she is vision and hearing impaired, she makes up for it with her sassy and loving attitude. She considers herself your personal “foot warmer” and guardian, as she will bark when visitors come to the door. If you are late fixing breakfast or dinner, she will talk to you, push herself up to a sort of sit and pounce back down with both front legs.
While Angie takes long term medication for liver failure and arthritis, she doesn’t let that slow her down. She likes balls and loud squeaky toys if you will toss them for her and play keep away. She loves being petted, scratched and massaged gently. She gives an “I love you” kiss if you lean over close and then she is ready for the next activity.
Angie is house-trained and uses a doggie door for access to the outside. She likes to take rides and enjoys only short walks due to her arthritis. She is good with other dogs and cats. Due to her hearing and vision issues, she should not be in a home with small children. Angie would do well in a quiet loving home with lots of attention. Experiencing more senior issues with mobility and appetite, and becoming more frail. But all in all is doing ok. In foster home with her friend Janna 14-131. Enjoys a lot of foster TLC.
If not already, Angie will be micro-chipped, spayed (if age appropriate), and up-to-date on her shots prior to adoption. If you would like to meet Angie to see if she is a good fit for your home, please fill out an Adoption Application online.
• We cannot guarantee the age and breed of any dog. We depend on licensed vets and other professionals to provide the best determination, unless the dog arrived with written documentation.
• Puppies not spayed/neutered at the time of adoption due to age will require a $50 refundable sterilization deposit in accordance with Colorado Code of Regulations 8 CCR 1201-11: Part 19-J.
• We reserve the right to refuse an adoption to any person for the well-being of the dog.