Minnie, STAR # 1751

ADOPTED

Minnie, STAR # 1751

Minnie ended up in the shelter in Kerrville and then landed with STAR. She’s headed to live her best life in Austin with the Bitter Family.  This little high-energy bundle of Aussie-cuteness gets a new fur sister to look up to with Stella, age 14, and a family who loves to run and hoping she’ll love those early morning runs too. Thank you to Kim for the home visit, Tracy for the adoption assist and to foster home extraordinaire Gordon for helping yet another STAR dog along their way to a great home.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Minnie was pulled from the shelter in Kerrville.  She is healthy, growing and putting on some much-needed weight.  She’s EXTREMELY loving…if you pet her once brace yourself for a thousand kisses!  She LOVES to cuddle but she’s well balanced with her independence too!   She may be small, but she holds her own wrestling her foster sister.  Minnie is the Protector of the house.  She knows what’s going on outside and will alert you, so you know it too.  She’s also very good at “reading the room” and knows when to play and when to lay still. She’s small, but mighty – and can run, jump, be sassy and LOVES being with foster dad.  Minnie has healed from her spay and is ready for her next loving playful home.

Minnie is approximately one year old and a skinny 25 lbs.  She is spayed, fully vaccinated and microchipped.  If you are interested in meeting Minnie, please go to our website, read about Adoption and submit an application.  Her foster home is in San Antonio.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Minnie is a black tri female found at the Kerrville shelter.. She is small at 25 lbs., one year old and very active.. She will be vetted and evaluated in San Antonio and should be available for adoption around the first of July..


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