Neemi – ADOPTED
Name: Neemi
Age: 3 months (as of 3/15/19)
Gender: Female
Breed: Terrier/FMD mix
Weight: 13-18lbs
Dogs: Good with dogs
Cats: Good with cats
Kids: Good with kids
Housebroken: Pad trained
Crate trained: In training
Leash: In training
Brief Bio:

Meet Neemi! Neemi was rescued along with momma and litter mates when they were found abandoned on the side of a rural field with no food or water. Momma was doing her best to keep her babies safe however those who lived in the area did not want them there and they were in danger of getting poisoned. Thankfully rescuers were able to get them off the streets and to the vet for a full check up. Neemi is a sweet pup who would love nothing more then to find a forever home. We are looking for a home that understands the responsibilities of owning and raising a pup. Neemi is patiently waiting!

ADOPTED!

"Neemi, aka Koko the Gorilla (the dog), is doing incredibly well. I have attached some happy dog photos. Koko is a happy playful puppy. With Koko, everything has been about making her feel safe, and giving her a safe space to overcome a shy nature. She will always have a bit of a shy side, so I take her to dog parks at quiet times, and I take her to the "puppy spa" once or twice a week. I found a sitter on Rover.com that takes in 4-5 dogs a day, mostly regulars. Koko thrives with her regular friends, and plays until she falls asleep with exhaustion. My sense is that Koko got amazing care before I adopted her, and that has made this all possible. She arrived with trust, and that has made all the difference. I cannot thank you and your volunteers enough for the amazing kindness you have provided. Everything is going so well that I am considering adopting another puppy to keep Koko company. She has such a joyful playful nature, I find myself wanting to find her a brother or sister. I hope to meet you someday in person, to thank you for your kindness, and for the joy you have brought into my life. -Steve"

How to help?

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