Name:  Delia
ID:  2245
Sex:  Spayed Female
Age:  1 yr
Size:  50 lbs
General Health:  HW Tx  4/11 & 4/12
Availability:  Mid May
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Foster Update 5/4/2017:
Delia is a sweet, spunky 1 yr old. She is settling nicely in her foster home.  She gets along well with her foster fur-sibblings and loves foster’s grandchildren when they come over.  Delia is an active girl and loves attention.  As her health improves, her coat is going to be a beautiful sleek black.  She is so happy to put her life of neglect behind her and get ready for all of her new adventures to come.  She is a wonderful girl.

The first night she was here she had a hard time in the crate. She barked and cried for quite awhile. We’ve been giving her a chewy treat when it’s time to get in the crate and she’s doing much better. She sleeps all night quietly with no problem.  She’s not had any accidents in the house. She quickly learned to use the doggie door. We’re seeing how she does with the doggie door closed. She goes to the backdoor asking to go out. She is definitely a “velcro” girl.  She follows me everywhere, every step. She wants to play but is not done with her 4 weeks after heart worm treatment yet.

She’s very needy right now but that’s to be expected. She’s smart and sweet. A great dog!

Intake Report 4/8/2017:
This beauty was found as a stray and taken to a local high-kill shelter.  Her days were numbered and no one was showing any interest in pulling her.  After being contacted numerous times about her I went over and met her.  She played a bit shy with me at first, but when I got her out of her kennel, she showed me what a fun loving, happy girl she really is.  We took her out into the play area where she greeted a super scared and shy dog with a sweet sniff and a lick.  Then she met a huge dog named Goliath through the fence, with no more than a sniff and moved onto getting love.  She has a beautiful coat but has major hair loss on her back, tail and britches.  She has feathering on her legs and some longer hair on her tail, indicating that she will have a full plume of a tail once her hair grows back.  She looks as if she’s recently had a litter of puppies.  She jumped up in the van and rode peacefully to the vet.  She met a puppy and an older dog in the van, who were riding along with no reaction. She will need some leash training but showed a desire to please.   Since she’s an elusive “black golden”, she’ll be in great demand.

 

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