Adopted Dally, STAR # 1267
Dally’s former owners moved and were unable to take her. She has a new forever home with Guy and will live in Tomball. She is just the companion dog he was looking for. Thanks to Julie for doing this home visit and fostering Dally.
Available Dog Dally, STAR 1267
Dally is a three-year-old black tri female. She weighs approximately45 lbs. Dally will be adopted as an only and devoted dog. She can be too bossy with some dogs okay with others. we just don’t know she is fine in large groups. Here is the bio from her foster home.
“Well… Hello, I’m Dally – No, not Dolly! I’m a one-on-one kinda gal. I love, love, love my people.. Very loyal, I adore and bond quickly to my master. In fact, I will have to be watched when other dogs come close. I can become sporadically possessive and protective so I should probably be an only child. Although I am known to be snippy at first, I do well at daycare when Mom & Dad aren’t around. I stand back and say “let the games begin”, and while yours truly doesn’t initiate play time, I can run and participate with the best of the pack.
This dear girl (yes, that’s me) can be trusted and settles quickly in the house, crates so easily. All I need is love love love…(did I say that already) and if I don’t melt your heart when I cock my head and stare into your eyes saying please, pretty please…
Speaking of being in step, I’m a velcro dog and could be a good dancer; mimicking every move you make. I just love people and a stay at home ‘someone’ would be my fantasy dream come true. General obedience training will be helpful to teach me to stay, but don’t count on it. Again, My name is Dally – no not Dolly! – and I approve of this message.”
Dally’s foster home is in Cypress. If you are interested in meeting her, please fill out an application on our website and we will see if you are a match.
New DogDally, STAR # 1267
Three-year-old black tri female. Owner moving and unable to keep. Approx. 50 lbs. Needs vetting evaluation. Foster home is in Houston.
Update. Dally was found to have heartworms and is being treated. She should be ready to be adopted near the end of September.
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