Glory loves people and is always ready to shower willing recipients with lots of kisses. She is the perfect partner for a movie night at home, or will happily trot alongside you on a neighborhood stroll. She is comfortable around other dogs, cats, and tiny humans.
Glory came in to STAR needing some medical attention, but has recovered amazingly. Glory is up-to-date on her shots, is heart negative and spayed, but does need a dental cleaning in the next few months once she settles into her forever home.
From Glory’s perspective, life is good and she is grateful for cuddle time, an extra treat, and—most of all—extra attention.
Welcome Glory.. Found at the New Braunfels shelter with a prolapsed uterus and needing immediate surgery.. Surgery is done and she is fine.. Six years old and the sweetest dog.. Will be fostered in Schertz and should be available for adoption around the first of November. Better photos coming soon..
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