Katy

I love to play ballUPDATED BIO!

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3 year old Katy was picked up by animal control as a stray.   She is now safely with GSROC and so very happy to be out of that scary shelter.

She was in a GSROC foster home and got along well with the small dog in the home.  She loves people and is happiest hanging out with folks.   She is starving for love and affection and responds very well and wants to be part of your entire day and follows you around with a big smile on her face.  Her foster mom reports she is a clown and loves to soak up attention.

Katy also loves food and treats.  Walk by with a bag of treats and this girl will turn and follow. You have made an instant friend.   She doesn’t mind sharing treats with her people, but takes exception if another dog tries to share her food.

She rides well in a car and has good leash manners.   Katy likes a quieter environment without a lot of hustle and bustle.  A retired couple, or one with older children would be best for this girl.   She would do fine with a mellow, or older dog.   That being said, Katy loves to play ball!  Click here to watch her.  Katy Playing Ball Cute 1

 

Katy
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All dogs adopted through GSROC are spayed or neutered, current on their vaccines and de-wormed. Because the minimum Adoption Donation rarely covers the costs associated with each dog, we ask that adopters who are in a position to give additional funds do so at their discretion.