Name: Hedy
Age: 3 months old (as of 5/2/2017)
Gender: Female
Breed: Lab/FMD mix
Weight: 14-17lbs.
Dogs: Good with dogs
Cats: Good with cats
Kids: Good with kids
Housebroken: Pad trained
Crate trained: Needs training in crate
Leash: Needs leash training
Brief Bio:

Meet Hedy! Hedy was found in a box on a abandoned street with her siblings. Thankfully rescuers were able to get her out of the streets and into a vet to get a check up. Hedy is affectionate and sweet girl who would love nothing more then to find her forever home. We are looking for an active family that understands the responsibilities of raising a puppy as a member of their family. Hedy is patiently waiting for a home to call her own!


Hi Melody, Sorry! The e-mail was in my drafts, I guess I forgot to hit send 😬 I couldn't figure out how to rotate the videos on my computer. I can text them to you if you want.
We are so happy to have found Zumi! She is such a great addition to our family, and we can't imagine life without her. The first couple of days, she was very shy and quiet and mostly wanted to sit in someone's lap and observe. She has since come out of her shell and is a playful, curious, and talkative puppy. She makes the funniest howling/barking/mewling sounds when she knows it's meal time (it's hard to describe and we haven't been able to capture it on video yet.)
She and our other dog, Strider, have become best friends. Strider is so happy to have a dog buddy to run and play with, and Zumi has gained so much confidence from their friendship. They each have their own bed, but she will frequently snuggle up with him at bedtime. Zumi is gentle (but persistent) trying to get our cat Westley to play, but she has taken his spot in Strider's bed and he's not totally on board yet. :)
Thank you so much to Love and Second Chances for helping us to find our Zumi dog!

How to help?

If you have extra time on your hand and would like to help please consider volunteering! Rescue groups need dedicated volunteers to help with events, fundraisers, home checks, transports, etc. All of these things help enable the rescue to expand their network and help more dogs in need.

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