Complete Colorado adoptable dog: Princess looking for her throne

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Princess is a 2-3 year-old, mixed-breed sweetheart who is looking for her permanent home.

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As the story goes, she was picked up roaming the streets and was eventually relinquished to Planned Pethood Plus veterinary clinic in Wheat Ridge, where she’s been checked out, given a clean bill of health, and is ready to be adopted out.

This sweet-natured, playful girl is a lover first and foremost, always looking to give, or get some affection. She’d do well where there is someone home more often or not, or another dog for her to play with.  She has some separation anxiety and dislikes being crated, but her foster reports that she’s never chewed anything up when left alone. She’s a bit skittish, and may be a flight risk, at least until she’s bonded (plus she really, really wants to chase a squirrel), so she would need to be leashed or harnessed when going out and could stand some leash training.

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She’s vocal around other dogs on the walk, but in a playful way, though she’s not a fan of other dogs coming in on her hot. She’s spayed, house trained, uses a dog door, and likes riding in the car.

While her entire breed-mix isn’t clear, Princess has at least some shepherd and pit bull running through her, an all around sweetheart.

To find out more, call Planned Pethood adoptions at 720-937-0633.



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