Meet adoptable deaf, two year old, bull mix, Love who is looking for a loving family she can call her own. Someone who will let her live as an inside dog but have access to a secured fenced yard to always keep her safe.
From Love’s foster family: This is our foster pup. Her name is Love and she’s looking for someone to cuddle with and give her all the attention she craves. She is about 2 yrs old and completely deaf. She is spayed, up to date on shots, microchipped and heart worm negative. She is a great dog (although needy of attention lol) She loves children and has a lot of energy but also loves to lay and cuddle. She does have some separation anxiety and doesn’t really like to be alone (which I’m sure that has lot to do with being abandoned) but she has gotten a lot better in the time she has been with us. She is completely housebroken.
She only likes to go out and do her business and come right back in, she will come to the door and bark as soon as she’s done. She especially loves the treat she gets when she comes back in 🙂 I was told she jumped a fence before but she hasn’t ever tried to jump ours but we don’t leave her outside for more than 5 minutes. She craves attention and if you give her love and attention she will be your best friend. She sits like a human, loves to lay on the back of the couch in front of the window looking out the blinds like a cat and also gallops and pounces on toys as a cat would, not to mention she has some of the craziest sleeping positions I have ever seen.
She will keep you entertained for sure ???? She was found wandering on the streets and had been for at least a week before someone caught her. They could not keep her and she had nowhere to go so we went and picked her up.
We found her original owner and she is not able to have a dog where she is living now and asked us to find her a home. She is great with children but needs a home without any other animals (at least for now) or have them meet and be properly introduced and keep a close eye on them for a while. She was getting along great with our two dogs but seemingly out of the blue started going after them so we are having to keep them separated to be safe but I really think now that she is spayed (just spayed on 3/31) it will help the situation because she has lived with other dogs as well as cats before. I just don’t want to try to reintroduce them since there was already an issue. Also, our female is a bit of a grumpy goose so that may have played a part as well, we just aren’t sure and weren’t willing to take a chance with anything happening. I think it just became a jealousy issue. She really is a great girl and she just needs to find a family that will shower her with all the love and attention she deserves and one that will never abandon her!! I know the perfect home is out there for her.