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Name: Dolly
Age: 4 years old
Gender: Female
Breed: FMD/Heeler mix
Weight: 35lbs.
Dogs: Good with dogs
Cats: N/A
Kids: Good with kids
Housebroken: Yes
Crate trained: N/A
Leash: Good on leash
Brief Bio:

Sweet Dolly is a survivor. She was born on the streets, and found by rescuers at 5 months old, injured and almost dead. They saved her life, but she lost her right eye. Dolly was then adopted by a couple, and they even got another one-eyed dog-sister to keep her company! But, due to unforseen circumstances, she’s been returned to the rescue, and she’s unfortunately also been separated from her dog-sister. But she’s resilient, and she’s bouncing back from even these recent losses.

When she first came into her current foster home, she was sad and kept herself apart. She stayed outside all day, and wouldn’t interact. Now, she asks for love, initiates snuggle-time, and even sleeps on the bed! She still seems not to know how to play with people or accept love – although she is trying to learn! She is very sensitive to raised voices and any hint of anything that might be anger. So she will need to be with a gentle person or family who can help her continue to heal from her traumas and losses. 

Dolly does great on a leash, and also has a good recall and can be trusted off-leash (after an adjustment period). She is house trained, doesn’t chew things, and loves to play with other dogs. She is polite, smart, and food motivated. She would not do well in an apartment – she needs a house with a yard. Her prey drive is high, and she shouldn’t be in a home with a cat.

Dolly is patiently waiting for the right person or family, who will love her as much as she deserves. 

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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