Macy, STAR # 1715
She has a gentle and loving temperament. She is so sweet it is unbelievable and she was starved by someone. She patiently allowed that to happen to her? So, her new owner cannot be someone who will forget that…
Her one big issue is Food. She came to us starved and very very skinny. She will probably not out grow that memory of not having food to eat.. So feeding time with another dog will have to be supervised. She will not bite her owner. I have taken many things out of her mouth. So no fear for her human. She needs someone who will understand that she was starved and understand some of those behaviors will not change. She will counter surf if she smells food on the counter, but she doesn’t do it just because she can. She will surf trash cans so keep them inaccessible.
At the vet she greeted everyone with kisses and wanted to greet all the dogs too. She has no stranger danger. She greeted the masked male (6ft 2in and 200 lbs) by jumping up and licking his mask. She did the same with the female vet. She wanted to kiss the girl checking us out at the front desk.
She is totally house trained and quiet in a crate. She has not attempted to chew anything other than toys.
She will want to sleep at the end of your bed if allowed.
Sweetheart and happy. Untested on Cats and maybe too large a playmate for a small dog. “
Macy is a red tri female.. She is around two and VERY thin at just over 30 lbs. Macy was found in Houston.. no owner.. no chip.. If this is your dog, please contact STAR with previous vet papers and photos.. and be prepared to reimburse for our expenses.. We will know more after her trip to the vet.. Her foster home is in League City.. If she is not HW+, she should be available for adoption at the end of February..
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