Female, Medium, Young
Courtesy post – please contact Stephanie Alahouzos 904 563 3847 for more information. Hello, my name is shamrock ☘️ or shammy for short. My foster family saved me from being put down and has taught me a lot of cool tricks and manners. I’ve had a hard life before I met my foster family. My old family kept me tied up outside, so I didn’t have a lot of manners when they met me. Since then they have taught me to, wait for food, to sit, stay, lay down, how to walk on a leash, and also patience. (Truth be told I’m still working on that one because I love life and chasing my tail). They also introduce me to this thing called a cat. The cat has taught me boundaries and respect. I have learned that cats are big on boundaries and respect. My foster family has taught me everything that they know, but now they say I need something called doggy socialization. Oh, and a yard would be amazing, since I love to run! I’ve learned so many cool things, I just need to level up. I’m looking for a home that has other dogs, so I can learn how to be a dog. I am crate trained and will come with the crate if needed. I’m also housebroken and I have been spayed. Please consider adopting me. I had a lot of love to give, I just need some to give me a chance.
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Swamp Haven provides short-term care for down-on-their-luck dogs in the rural and underserved communities of Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia. Our mission is to ensure that our animals find a long-term future in their forever home. Swamp Haven is run entirely on donations by the generosity of folks like you.