Meet Tundra - courtesy post - adopted
I found Tundra as a nervous stray in the Colorado Springs area a few months ago. She was underweight, dehydrated and a scared but amazingly sweet little girl. I believe she is either a black shepherd mix or a black Belgian Malinois. Tundra is probably a little over a year, so she still has some puppy habits to her.
She’s been with me for the past couple months rehabilitating and has been doing amazingly! She’s gained weight, was treated for hookworms and received veterinary care at the specialty vet hospital I work for. She is also spayed and up-to-date on her vaccines.
She is definitely a quirky girl that loves to cuddle and absolutely loves to play. I have two other dogs that she absolutely adores! We’ve been working on kennel training, which is where she sleeps at night. She could still use a little help getting used to it during the day though.
Her favorite things to do are definitely hiking and going to the dog park. She would do great with an active forever home!
I would like to see her go to a home with another dog because she is much more comfortable around her foster sisters than alone and I think would be much happier having siblings. I do not believe she would do well with cats as she does seem to have a prey drive towards the ones roaming my neighborhood.
Unfortunately I cannot keep her because I am already at the maximum amount of pets I can have, but if that were not the case, she would be a permanent member of my family. She truly is a wonderful pup that could make a great addition to your family!
Contact me for more info: Dani Sheridan O'Connell <firstname.lastname@example.org>