Name: Momo
Age: 4 months (as of 6/17/18)
Gender: Female
Breed: Lab/FMD mix
Weight: 13-18lbs
Dogs: Good with dogs
Cats: Good with cats
Kids: Good with kids
Housebroken: No
Crate trained: In training
Leash: In training
Brief Bio:

Meet Momo! Momo was rescued along with other stray puppies when they were found scavenging for food at the night market. The rescuer knew if they weren’t rescued they will likely not survive. Luckily they were able to get them all off the streets and to the vet for a full check up. Momo is a sweet pup and would love nothing more then to find a home. Momo is patiently waiting!


"Melody hi, Momo (or as we now call her - Dot) is doing very well. She is already a part of the family. The kids have already taught her to sit, fetch and come (well, most of the time). She is not completely house trained, but we are getting there. She responds to her name (Dot) and is very playful and energetic. She eats a lot (she will be very big), she has a healthy appetite. She likes her puppy food (blue ribbon and Iams) and loves her treats (including her dental cleaning ones. She is very social and likes to play with other dogs in the neighborhood - we take her to the park often. We even took her hiking today at the Old Fremont preserve - she loved it and loved playing with other dogs on the trail. She had no problem sharing her drinking water with a friend (she seem to actually prefer to drink water directly from the bottle). Now she is sleeping (she got really tired from all the running and playing). I would highly recommend others who are looking to save a k9 friend to work with you - the process and the entire experience were great and I love it that you really care about the dogs (doing all the checks beforehand and following up afterwards). Thank you for getting us Dot, she is an amazing dog. -Noam."

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