It hardly gets sadder than this. Princess, a faithful dog companion, had the misfortune of having her pet parent pass away. Nobody in her owner's family would step up to the plate and show loyalty to their own human family, much less to Princess. Instead, she was cast off like a used item of trash.
At our shelter, poor Princess cried for her owner. She was not used to the loud shelter and being so alone. A volunteer agreed to foster Princess so that she would not be so unhappy.
In a home environment, she's much happier. Her foster parent reports Princess is settling very nicely. She has taken residence the couch and where she gets in some very good naps. She has about 3 teeth in her mouth so no chewing going on (that is a plus)! She is very affectionate and loves to be next to you. She is the perfect lap dog.
Despite her "senior" status, Princess still has a lot of life left in her. She is very social and enjoys people. She seemed to get along with the other dogs at the shelter.
Princess loves walks and has excellent leash skills, traipsing about quite friskily. She is fully house trained and lets the foster parent know when she needs to go.
She makes adorable noises with her throat like she is talking to you. Are you able to open your heart and home to this sweet dog and let her enjoy a loving retirement?
Since Princess Girl is in a foster home if you'd like to meet her or know more about her contact firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements.