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Friday, June 24, 2016

"BELLA" sweetheart Spaniel /Border Collie mix

ADOPTED!
July 7, 2016

.....and here's a message from Bella's former foster home ;)

"I fostered Bella until she could be adopted, so I can tell you that her shelter profile doesn’t do her justice. I can’t tell you why her positive attributes were left out, but I can tell you she definitely has them.
I can tell you Bella is a very sweet natured girl who’s eager to please. She knows her basic commands and walks well on a leash. She’s both house and crate trained and “minds her manners” by not begging for food or jumping on the furniture.
She does have issues with dogs and the occasional stranger that she needs help with, but when it comes to being an affectionate and devoted companion who’ll shower you with kisses and curl up at your feet she needs no help at all."


Available for adoption at Multnomah County Animal Services!

here's my Mcas weblink  (7/5 adopted?)
animal id # 577807

Hello, my name is Bella! I am a pretty girl who doesn't mind soaking up the love from humans! I have shown some behavior indicating that I am uncomfortable with other dogs and sometimes strangers. My adopter should understand how to use positive training techniques to help build my confidence and should also live in an environment that is not heavily populated with other dogs or strangers. Would you like to find out more about me? Please come down to the shelter! There should be no cats in my new home. My behavior with children is unknown. I am around 2 years old and weigh 50 pounds
 
 
 
 
 

1 comment:

  1. I fostered Bella until she could be adopted, so I can tell you that her shelter profile doesn’t do her justice. I can’t tell you why her positive attributes were left out, but I can tell you she definitely has them.
    I can tell you Bella is a very sweet natured girl who’s eager to please. She knows her basic commands and walks well on a leash. She’s both house and crate trained and “minds her manners” by not begging for food or jumping on the furniture.
    She does have issues with dogs and the occasional stranger that she needs help with, but when it comes to being an affectionate and devoted companion who’ll shower you with kisses and curl up at your feet she needs no help at all.

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