We are looking for a special home for this special girl!
Erin spent much of her life at the shelter. Even though she missed out on the socialization a young pup usually gets, she is a loving dog who enjoys giving hugs.
Erin loves to play with other dogs in the household! She will be a constant playmate for another active dog. Wrestle, tug, chase – she’s up for anything! A secure yard is a must, and absolutely no cats for this sighthound mix!
Because she was in the shelter so long, Erin will do best with an experienced dog person dedicated to helping her adapt to the world. Erin’s biggest needs are:
--Housetraining: She is doing very well, but can’t always wait through an entire workday and needs out after excitement. We think she’d adjust well to a dog door.
--Getting used to “the world.” Unfamiliar things make Erin nervous, and just about everything is unfamiliar to her! We are looking for someone with patience and a positive approach who will continue helping Erin adjust to life.
--Spinning: Some kenneled dogs develop a spinning habit. We are working on “be still,” but when nerves get the better of her…spinning happens.
Erin is a super dog, and a little investment in helping her with these issues will pay off big in a great companion!
Erin is in a foster home – please call or email the shelter for an appointment to meet Erin!
Are you interested in adopting a dog or puppy? The Animal Shelter has many to choose from.
This dog is or can be up-to-date on shots, dewormed, spayed or neutered and tested negative for heart worms. All our dogs are socialized and assessed for adoption readiness. Contact the Animal Shelter (256) 236-1581 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about adopting a pet.
Adoption. A better option.