Lupe, STAR # 1680
Lupe is moving to Georgetown to be the new best friend to Anita and Pieter.. She really is the sweetest most affectionate girl.. Thanks to Leslie for pulling Lupe from the shelter.. to Jane for doing the home visit and to Nancy for fostering..
Lupe is a black tri female approx. 3-5 years old and weighing 48 lbs. Her foster mom has sent a bio because she is ready to be adopted..
“Sweet, sweet Lupe! If there ever was a pup who returns your affection 10 fold it is Lupe. Lupe is always ready to go wherever you go, she loves being close to her people. She does not have a mean bone in her pretty body.
Lupe tolerates other dogs well but is not really a player, with other dogs or toys, but she loves her treats and her people.
Lupe is fully vaccinated, heart worm negative and spayed. She’s housebroken and crate trained although her preference is uncrated. She’s not destructive. Lupe is excited to see you in the mornings or when you’ve been out of her sight for more than a nano second. She is a bit shy at first but adopts her humans quickly.
She does not shed excessively and her coat is developing quite the shine. She’s okay with having her feet touched and tolerates a bath.
She barks on occasion, mostly as a happy to see you greeting in the mornings.
Her one vice has made me a much better housekeeper, she does counter surf, 10 out of 10 rating.
Lupe is just a good, sweet, affectionate (loves giving and receiving kisses) girl. “
If you are interested in meeting Lupe, please go to our website, read about Adoption and submit an application.. If you already have one, simply Contact Us..
48 lbs. and approx. 3-5 years old..Found wearing a shock collar by Guadalupe County Animal Control.. She will be vetted and evaluated by her foster home in Houston.
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