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Hi! My name is Red!

  • Red
  • Mixed Breed
  • 1 year old
  • Female



Weight (approx): 51 lbs

Energy: High (I'm still a puppy!)

Children:    Good

Dogs: Good

Cats: Unknown

About Me:         Hello there, my name is Red. As you can see I am a beautiful, strong, fun-loving girl. I am not quite a year old, but I have been through a lot of stuff already. When HART rescued me I needed some surgery because I was having some 'female issues', but now I am good as new!! I am also spayed, and microchipped and have had all of my shots! I am already crate-trained and house-trained and can 'sit' and 'stay' and 'give the paw'! I am so smart and loving and friendly and playful and excited and hungry and fun!!! Because I am still just a puppy, I have a lot of puppy energy!! I really love to run and jump and play and sniff and wag my tail and play and chase and do lots and lots of fun things! I love people and kids and dogs and food and treats and toys! As you can tell, I am still working on getting all of my puppy energy under control. I guess, I need a furever family with lots of energy too so we can run and jump and play and have lots of fun together! It would really be best if I lived in a house cause I don't think an apartment or condo could hold me and all of my energy very well. And it would be really great if I had a large back yard or a park close by so we could have enough space to have all kinds of fun adventures together!! For sure, I would need lots of attention and time and love from my new family so I don't get bored or lonely. Basically, I am just a high-energy, fun-loving, beautiful girl who's looking for a high-energy, fun-loving, beautiful family!!

Behavior Notes:   Red is a fantastic pup, who is sleeping through the night. She's a very smart dog and eager to learn. She does, however, love to jump because she loves people and dogs so much she can't hold back her excitement so she jumps all over everybody! The foster home is working on this with her. She is also just your typical puppy, so has a lot of energy! She's had no exposure to cats. Red has been around children and did well. Red has slowed down with her eating, so no longer needs a puzzle bowl to eat. However, the foster home does recommend that if Red is to be crated for long periods of time, she needs a treat puzzle of some kind to keep her busy.  

Health Notes:  For anyone wondering how resilient dogs are, they should know about Red.  This little girl was brought into care because she had a prolapsed uterus.  Basically her internal lady-parts were on the outside.  We can't imagine the amount of pain that Red must have been experiencing, but she just kept bouncing around, wagging her tail and giving kisses.  Surgery was performed and she was spayed at the same time.  Interesting find for Red is that her prolapse was caused by polycystic ovary syndrome, which made her hyper-estrogenic.  This hormone imbalance later lead to a minor hair loss.  Red is now a normal, still happy, little girl looking for her own family.  Red is up to date with DACPP, Bordatella, Rabies and is spayed and microchipped. 



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