MUST HAVE AT LEAST A MODERATELY SIZED SECURELY FENCED YARD, NO EXCEPTIONS.
Prefer a home with another friendly dog; adopter should have experience with rescue dogs.
As a heartworm positive sweetheart, I spend my downtime on the cushy bed I was given by generous donors. I also enjoy the couch, my foster mother’s lap, or my favorite crate in the living room.
I came to Rescue with 45 of my brothers and sisters. We lived in the hot southeast, but now we enjoy something called air conditioning and comfy furniture. I am only two years old and easily survived my spay surgery. I also got a dental, so my teeth are pearly white again. Basically we are living the good life.
I would love a house with a fenced yard since I love to explore. I’m good with other canines in the house as long as they understand I AM the princess. I’m not sure about this thing called a cat. I’m not keen on being left alone all day, so if you work full time away from home I would not like that. I need attention. Perhaps there are other dogs that don’t mind.
I ride well in the car, and I am great at the vet. I charmed an entire hospital staff during a recent visit. I mean who could resist an adorable princess like me?
As far as my heartworm treatment goes, I am on the Moxidectin-Doxycycline (moxi-doxy) plan. I took 30 days of doxycycline first and now I am on Advantage Multi heartworm preventative. It is a topical medicine that is given monthly. I simply need to get regular heartworm tests and you must make sure I continue my heartworm prevention treatments for the rest of my life.
I am being fostered in the Annapolis, Maryland area, so you must live a reasonable driving distance from there to be considered for adoption. My foster mother promised me she would be very picky and will not let just anyone adopt me. I mean only the best for a princess, right?