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A Pups x 2

Allen (male, 18lbs), Aimee (female, 21bs), Aimee and Austin

Update Sept 1: These pups are still very scared but a couple of them will come to the gate now when you visit.  Note: This litter was brought in as strays. They came from Hoffmeyer Rd in Darlington.  They are very scared being here and would really benefit from a foster.  3-4 mos old; shep/lab; 8/9


Albert was brought in as a stray from Studebaker St in Hartsville. He has been roaming the neighborhood for the past 2 months. He is very affectionate and sweet .  HW+; 53lbs; 1-2 yrs old; shep mix; 10/19

Alfie Pup

Alfie was brought in as a stray by animal control. He was picked up on Nettleswood Dr in Darlington. He is a little timid but still friendly.  Came in with Becks.  HW-; 38lbs; 6 mos old; lab mix; 10/19

Aspen is such a friendly guy. He ran over to every kennel we passed to say hi!  He greeted all the shelter staff and volunteers with wags and hugs.  He even sniffed the kitties through the fence.  He is so thin but working hard to gain weight.  He really looks like he wants a friend to play with.  He walks nicely on lead with a little pulling to sniff around.  Note:  Aspen was brought in as a stray by animal control. He was picked up on Oates Hwy in Lamar. He is very sweet and friendly.   HW+; 42lbs; 2-3 yrs old; hound mix; 10/1; thin


Ava was a little bit camera shy and she spent most of her time stuck to the ground on her belly except when she was trying to wiggle over in my lap for scratches.  Note: Ava was brought in as a stray by Darlington animal control. She was picked up on Bonaparte Dr in Darlington. She walks well on a leash and is very sweet.  HW+; 38lbs; 1 yr old; hound mix; 10/9

B Pups x 2

Barnum (male, 28lbs)

Bailey (female, 23lbs)- adopted

This litter was brought in as an owner surrender. The owner said they could no longer care for them because of health reasons. They are both a little timid but still sweet. 11/9; lab mix; 4 mos old 

Collie lovers will be smitten with this gorgeous tri-colored boy! Bandit shows in his videos how much he enjoys playing and being with people. He was  thrilled to be out of his kennel and have some fun with our volunteers. This striking boy can meet other dogs as you can see in his videos, and is fine seeing them on walks, but he'd prefer to have all of his owner's love  and attention as an only dog in the home. Bandit is a herding breed and after he is around other dogs and gets comfortable, his herding instinct kicks in and not all other dogs want to be herded.  Bandit has a wonderful calmness and has been described as low to medium energy.  He's sweet with humans and would be a wonderful walking partner/companion for someone. Check out this handsome boy and see if he isn't a bandit out to steal your heart!  Note: Bandit was turned in as an owner surrender. He was turned in because he can be rough with smaller dogs and is not cat friendly. He is a little scared but still sweet.  HW-; 60lbs; 4-5 yrs old; collie mix; 8/27

Voted “Most Popular” at the shelter!  This lovely little pocket pit has SO MUCH curb and personality appeal that she was THE most selected pet from our packed shelter to head out for a walk on our very busy Saturday afternoon.    Every time I turned around,  there was Barbie. Barbie out on a walk with teenagers.  Barbie being swarmed by kids.  Barbie running loose in a fenced in area with a strapping large male lab.  With each new experience, she was having SUCH a grand time!  Sporting a beautiful muted brindle and cream coat coupled with her perky, bouncy ears and steadily wagging tail, there is good reason why Barbie was such a hit!   Playful and bouncy and very interactive with both humans and other dogs,  Barbie loves being the center the attention and soaks up all the loving she can get.  A very manageable and steady walker,  Barbie is a great size girl for folks of any age and is ready to share her life with a family who seeks out new adventures, makes new friends and then shares quiet snuggle times. Note: Barbie is a sweetheart who was found as a stray on pocket rd. She was good for her intake.  HW+; 1-2 yrs old; bull mix; 32lbs; 9/1.  No cats for me please. 

Update Nov 10 Event: Barbie worked the crowd and loved being rewarded with treats- which she took very gently.

Becks Pup

Becks was turned in as a stray by animal control.  He came in with Alfie. They were picked up on Nettleswood Dr in Darlington. He is very timid but still sweet.  23lbs; 4-5 mos old; lab mix; 10/19

Bertie Chi

Bertie was surrendered with her friend Ernest. She is a shy but sweet girl.  Chi mix; 11/10; 5 yrs old; 6 lbs. no HW info

Big Red was brought in as an owner surrender with Lady.  Not home enough to care for pets. The two are very bonded. He is a little scared being here but warmed up quickly.   HW+; 46lbs; 2-3 yrs old; 5/30; lab mix.  Med update on eye: Left eye sunken, cloudy, no menace. Intraocular pressure 17, 25. No fluoro uptake. Suspect old injury.  RX- eyes not painful and doesnt seem to be causing problems. Leave well enough alone. HW treatment 10/24

Foster update Sept 2: Looks like Big Red is enjoying his foster life. He gets along great with other dogs, he is still a bit scared of people but after a few minutes he is typically won over with a good belly rub!  Red is a super good boy and has quickly gained acceptance in our pack at home. His energy level has come up since we got him out of the shelter. He is friendly and eager to please..he is a bit goofy though! He has been around friends of ours and while a bit timid at first warms up quickly. For his size he is not a big eater. He is housebroken and even hates to pee in the kennel if he is outside in the kennel.  This dog and his belly rubs!  He is a load of laughs. During our recent storms, we realized he is housebroken and loves his air conditioning! Gets along with anything/anyone that pays him attention. Walks well on a leash. Would love a home with a fenced backyard and a playmate.

Update Oct 28: From his foster Mom....Meet Big Red. Not sure how he got his name. He's kinda short and brown. I guess Little Brownie didn't sound as manly. Through no fault of his own, Red has become a little spoiled. You see, all his foster siblings that have come along have been puppies and chihuahua-like dogs. He loves him some air conditioning. Gets along with other dogs. Fully housebroken. (Cannot take credit-he came that way) He is not a night owl.  He is only asking for a few simple things from his future adopters: 
1. Another dog to keep me company. I'm not picky, but these chihuahuas are a little too loud for me. Yip, yip, yip.
2. A fenced yard. I love being outside if it's not too hot.
3. Regular photo shoots. I'm a good looking guy. I should have my own page. 
4. Very important. Please don't make me ride in the back of a mini van. I will duck every time a car goes by. I prefer shotgun. And a pick up. 
5. You need to be ready for some kisses. I love people and I am not afraid to show it. My foster mom hates it, but I have to lick everyone's elbows I meet.


Birdie was brought in as a stray by animal control. She was picked up on Quretade Rd in Timmonsville. She walks well on a leash and is very sweet.  hw+; 41lbs; 1-2 yrs old; lab mix; 10/29

Bogey- sponsored for pull fees- VIDEOApril VIDEOAprilA VIDEOAprilB
Note:  The dog barking in VideoB is a little terrier and NOT Bogey.

Update April 4, 2017: Bogey is a 3-4 year old, male, lab mix.  He has been with me since January after I was able to get his family to surrender him to me.  I became aware of Bogey in the midst of chasing Sweet Pea.  Bogey lived in the neighborhood near the church where Sweet Pea was staying.  He was kept in a 10x10 kennel by his family for most of his life.  They would sometimes let him out, or he would get out, and he would roam the neighborhood.  When Sweet Pea was in heat, he found her and was the only dog I am aware of who mated with her.  I found out where his family lived and when I could get my hands on him, I took him home.  Sweet Pea moved from the church to behind Bogey’s house to be near him.  When I saw the condition he was living in, I began bringing food and water for him each day.  Their next door neighbor shared with me that they had been caring for him for a while.  She said a teenager in the home was his owner.  She told me that they never spent time with him and barely fed him.  She talked to the young boy many times about giving him better care, but he never did.  She was helpful in getting the boy’s mother to surrender Bogey to me. 
That’s his back story, now a little about him.  He has settled down a lot since we’ve had him.  Before he saw the kennel as a jail that he hated to go in.  He would roll on his back and I would literally have to drag him back in there.  Now, he will go in with just a verbal command because he knows he gets free time.  He loves to run and plays well with my personal dogs.  My dogs chase and bark at him and he never retaliates.  He just takes it as play and has never shown any aggression even though my guys can get rough with him.  I would be comfortable leaving him out in the yard all the time with my dogs, but I have an older girl who is blind.  He gets so excited running and playing that he isn’t careful around her.  He scares her when he bumps her running by, so I just let him out when I’m out there with them so I can watch her.  He will sit for me and gives me his paw.  He walks really well on the leash and rides well in the car out of the crate.  He meets people very well and has met all of my dogs with no problems.  He was a little too curious around the cats at the shelter, so I would say no cats.  He does have a few bad manners from not much interaction and training when younger, but he seems teachable.  He jumps up on me sometimes when I first let him out, but after a few minutes of running off his energy, he settles down nicely and listens to my directions.  He likes to chase and retrieve a ball or rope.  He loves to be petted, kissed, hugged and loved on.  We don’t have any issues with feeding him with my other dogs.  He has been an outside dog most of his life, so he would have to be house trained.

Update January 2018:  it is my heart’s desire is to find Bogey a wonderful home.  He has been with me in foster for almost a year and a half now.  I became aware of him in my attempt to catch a dog that had been dumped near the church where I work.  He had a family but they were not giving him very good care.  I was able to get them to surrender him to me and we treated him for his heartworms.  He did very well with that and is the picture of health now.  He is about 4-5 years old and about 70 pounds of solid muscle.  He is a big boy and needs a family who can appreciate his size.  He is very smart and can unlatch our gate quicker than I can.  We have to keep latches in the gates to keep him from that.  We’ve also had challenges with him jumping our fence.  I’ve told you all of the bad things, because I believe in being completely transparent.  Now, the good things!  He is a sweet, loving boy.  He has a soft side and wants nothing more than to be with his person.  When I first let him out of his kennel, he does what I call “zoomies” all around the yard.  He loves playing and running with my other dogs.  Once he runs some, then he settles down and what you get is a super sweet dog who is very smart and wants nothing more than to please me.  He loves all people and does well with children.  He does not do well with cats.

Update May 31, 2018: Big Boy.  Big Love.   Bogey is all about peace and love and having a chill time.  This chunky, oversized lab has been to so many off site events, that's he's honestly lost count!  Bogey is terrific at meet and greets and deftly working crowds of humans and others dogs.   Affectionate and very friendly,  Bogey has never met a stranger and he really loves having folks coming up to him to say "hi."  Working the "Kissing Booth" at one of our events made him extremely happy and feeling fulfilled.  Bogey is one happy, well mannered dog who is also super photogenic.  Of the many photos taken, Bogey was beaming in all of them.    Bogey loves climbing up in the car to go for a ride, adores and is perfectly suited for small kids and is totally in his element surrounded by a myriad of activities.  Bogey has waited literally years now in foster to finally head on home and he's not lost hope.  He's still smiling and wagging his tail as he knows his new full time family is just a web site click away.   12/11/2015; hw+; male; 1-2 yrs old; 67lbs; Treated for HW's 8/1/2016.  No cats please.  

Chastity's roommate is Bonita------gets along great with another female (Chastity) and does not bother cats. Very sweet girl. She is seen in the video in the kennel with Chastity. Considering she politely interacts with another female Chastity, I would not suspect her to have a problem with a male either.  Bonita was picked up as a stray with her friend Chasity on lake swoop rd. She is a friendly girl.  11/2; hw-; 1-2 yrs old; 40 lbs; lab mix


Bowie is a return. He was originally adopted in 2016 as a puppy. He is a sweetheart and is HW negative.   2 yrs old; 45lbs; bull mix; 4/28

New pics posted Sept 3, 2018. 9/5/2017 intake; 3-4 mos old.  sweet, calm great with other dogs

Buzz Teen Pup

Buzz was brought in as a stray by animal control. He came in with Woody. They were picked up on Flinns Rd in Hartsville. He is very playful and friendly.  HW-; 31lbs; 6-9 mos old; shep/hound; 11/5

Carol Mom + C x 6 Pups -safe

Carol Mom,  Cali (female, 4lbs), Cindy (female, 7lbs)

Collin (Male, 3.8lbs), Cole (male, 5.8lbs),  Calvin (male, 5lbs),  Casper (male, no weight- injured)

Carol arrived in the back of a pick up truck with her puppies. The man seemed to care about her a lot and explained that he had been taking care of her for about a year. He had been calling her "Precious." She lived at a home he rented to tenants. The man explained that the tenants moved away and left Carol. Then Carol had puppies. Carol followed along obediently but unsure behind the man as he brought her and her babies to the shelter, trusting us to take care of her and her pups. Understandably, Carol was scared. We let her have time to decompress and gave her a crate with her puppies in the warm office. When the bedding needed changed, I crawled into the XL crate after a staff member had removed her puppies, greeted Carol, petted her on the head, and changed the bedding. Again, she was scared but was warming up and becoming receptive. The puppies had corn kernels in their stool---they were likely eating whatever they could find at the home of their former owner. The puppies are sweet and cuddly. The runt has a broken leg and is being treated; the runt puppy saw the vet soon after their arrival.   Note: Carol is a sweetheart who was surrendered with her 6 puppies. She is Hw -; 11/10; 5 yrs old; 34lbs; terrier mix.  Pups are 7 weeks old

Chastity's roommate is Bonita------gets along great with another female (Chastity) and does not bother cats. Very sweet girl. She is seen in the video in the kennel with Chastity. Considering she politely interacts with another female Chastity, I would not suspect her to have a problem with a male either. Chasity was picked up as a stray on lake swoop rd in Darlington. She is a sweet girl.  Found with Bonita.  2-3 yrs old; HW+; 34lbs; 11/2; aussie cattle dog mix

Chaz Pup -safe

Chaz was brought in as a stray by animal control.  He was picked up on Bills Cir in Harstville. He is very sweet and friendly.  17lbs; 3-4 mos; terrier mix; 9/25


Christy was the 49th dog rescued from the Indian Branch property.  She was brought in by animal control from a hoarding situation. She is very timid.  8-6-18; lab/collie mix; 3-5 yrs old; 34lbs; hw+

Cisco the lover! This happy Pittie boy attended an outreach event and boy did he have a great time! Check out his vdeos and see how friendly and social he was as he mixed and mingled easily with dogs make and female. It was a hot day and there were many dogs all together plus many volunteers but Cisco took everything in stride and had a great time. He enjoyed being out of the shelter and loved getting attention and affection, especially from his buddy Wendy. Cisco can best be described by one word, and that word is HAPPY! If a happy, loving, friendly, social Pittie is what you are looking for, let your search end here. Cisco is medium to smaller size, too, so he would fit perfectly into most any home. Check out this tail wagging guy, he has nothing but love to offer and will surely make a wonderful family pet!  Note: Cisco was brought in as a stray by animal control. hw-; 35lbs; 1 yr old; bull mix; 5/17

Update Oct 1:  Super friendly, social me!!  I really love everyone I meet, cats, dogs and kids!    While in a private home,  you would have been so proud to see how nicely I figured out basic house manners ie house and crate training.   I'm smart as a whip!   I'm a fellow who loves to go and do so being in a more active home will help me be at my best.  I have energy and always kisses to share, so daily exercise and activities to keep my brain busy and working away,  will ensure my pet success in your home.   I'm told I would benefit from learning some basic doggy manners and boundaries so first thing on my list with you,  is to head to doggy school where we can learn together how to tap into my drive to please you and apply it to basic doggy commands and skills.    Due to my size and zest to be in the thick of things, more sturdy doggy playmates (who can play hard) and also kids will best suit my style.   I love cats and would never harm them but I can come on strong with them which scares them so I need some guidance in this area.   I am all about sharing my love and affection and having a grand time.  I'm no light weight pansy.  I play hard.  Love hard.  Wag my tail hard.   With me by your side, I promise you will always feel loved and never, ever alone.  

Update Nov 10: Cisco is a happy boy! Loves to play but after a while he settled down to be a lapdog on Linda! 

Little man Columbo is a timid guy who is putting on a brave face and hoping to find a family who can be patient with him as he settles in.  This adorable smaller Shepherd blend is kenneled with other dogs and has done very well. He also was fine meeting Davey and Princess, although apprehensive he was comfortable as they introduced themselves. He's a beautiful cinnamon color with eyes that seem to ask for a little love. A nice calm home would suit him just fine, and at just 28 pounds he won't take up much space! Columbo would make a nice couch cuddler and could spend many an evening curled up with his person. Check him out and consider this little guy as your next snuggle buddy!  Note: Columbo was brought in as a stray by animal control. He was picked up on Davis St in Lamar. He is very timid but still sweet.  HW-; 28lbs; shep mix; 9/19

More about me Nov 4: These two timid boys came in together so we decided to take them out together today to the play area to see if that would help them relax and feel more comfortable.  They had a blast running and playing together.  I found out later that Paisley also came in with these two so I hope we get a chance soon to take all three out together.  They are definitely more comfortable around dogs than people but they were trying on their brave boots today and soon they started coming in close and eventually came up to find out how nice getting petted feels.  When I went back by their kennel later both were coming to the gate and greeting me.  (I thought these two were owner surrender so that comes out on the video but found out later they were brought in as strays.  I must have mixed them up with someone else.)


no Intake info.  Posted 11/12; Not good with cats.

Daddy Warbucks

Daddy Warbucks was picked up by the city of Hartsville as a stray on 7 th street near Walmart. He is a sweet and good natured gentleman.  HW-; 3-4 yrs old; 56lbs; bull mix; 10/27

Dane Teen Pup

Dane is the last of the W litter who was born in the woods near my home to the feral, roaming pack in April/May.  I was able to get the first 5 pups early on, at about 3-4 weeks old.  They left for rescue in August. I thought I had all the pups and didn't realize Dane even existed until about a month or so after we had been working with the others.  We could never get close to him until the mom and the big dogs in the group would go off and leave him behind.  After many, many attempts, we were able to catch him last Wednesday morning after we enclosed our front porch with kennel panels and tied a string to the door to close it from inside the house.  I brought him inside and we've been working with him since that time.  It is a process and he is slowly improving.  He is good with our other dogs and does well with the cats.  We are able to pet him, but he still hesitates, when I approach.  He does enjoy it when I do pet him because I can see him relax and he closes his little eyes.  He was terrified and stayed in his kennel for the first two days.  I had to drag him out of the crate and carry him outside to try to make him potty.  After a few days, he began to move out of the kennel on his own and laid on the floor in the room.  He is pretty much housebroken and has not had one accident inside.  He holds it all night and has not wet his bedding.  He has also recently started going out and coming in the door, with a little coaxing, to potty.  I am able to leash him and get him to move around the courtyard.  He doesn't follow me, but I follow him.  He would resist if I tried to make him follow.  I was able to begin getting him to at least stop and pause with little tugs.  He still isn't walking with me, but we'll keep working on that. He is very, very smart and was always aware of the trap entrances and gates when we've tried other methods to catch him.  He was also looking up and in every corner of the courtyard fence trying to find a weak spot to get out.  However, I've trusted him enough to drop the leash and let him explore and play with the other dogs on his own.  He's not tried to climb or dig out.  He's much happier when he is with the other dogs.  He loves my little foster guy, Alonzo.  Alonzo is teaching Dane fund stuff like how to play with toys and chase each other around.  It's wonderful to see the smile back on Dane's face again.  He loves sliced pepperoni and that is how we are winning his heart.  He is heartworm negative, weighs about 30 pounds and is about 6 months old.  I see his mom often as the pack is still in our neighborhood.  She is a very petite, hound girl, really not much bigger than Dane.  So, I don't think he will get much bigger.  Note: Dane was found as a stray by Debbie A and is in foster with her. He is a little timid but is still sweet.  HW-; 30lbs; 6 mos old; hound mix; 10/18

Darryl - VideoEvent

Darryl, male, 56 pounds, 1-2 years old, Lab Hound blend, HW-  Darryl is such a nice boy who has been described by our staff as well mannered, sweet, polite, calm, and awesome. Darryl is pretty perfect, everyone agrees! He was taken out to meet several other dogs and he did just great with male and female alike. He even met kitties nicely and just continued to prove what a fabulous guy he is. He has such a handsome black and white coat with a beautiful white blaze down his face. This boy is definitely one you don't want to miss, he'd fit in to pretty much any home. A nice polite, well mannered, calm dog like Darryl would certainly make any home complete.  Note: Darryl was brought in as a stray by animal control. He was picked up on on Pocket are in Darlington. He is very mild mannered and sweet.  HW-; 56lbs; 1-2 yrs old; lab/hound; 9/24

Update Nov 10 Event: Darryl was very chill, laid back.  This guy is AWESOME!! He was perfect at the event. Walks good on a leash. Got along with everyone that he met Saturday.  I did get to see him actually run for a moment.  For the most part, this is him.  :) 

Darwin was turned into animal control as an owner surrender. The owners were no longer able to take care of him. He is sweet and friendly.  HW-; 35lbs; 1-2 yrs old; shep mix; 9/6

Dink- Senior

I arrived bloated with worms and dirty from diarrhea.  The nice folks who have been caring for me cleaned me up, helped rid my body of the horrible worms and today,  my coat is shiny and sleek and my belly lean and firm.  Folks say I'm a sweet old guy who's mild mannered and grateful.   I have a young child who comes with her mom to feed and care for me here at Bridge and boy, do I enjoy him!    I have a grand time when I am let out of my kennel to run the dog yard.  The other dogs bark and jump with excitement when they see me and I generally pay them no mind as I continue on my happy way sniffing and smelling and simply enjoying my freedom.  On occasion, I might greet the other dogs nose to nose through the kennel fencing to get the most of my free time. I'll tell you I am definately a favorite of at least one of the Bridge workers.  She saves me for last on her kennel run detail as she wishes to give me lots of extra time and attention and love.   With the scars over my back and head and my worn and missing teeth,  it's clear I've had a tough life.  I don't let that slow me down, I hold no grudges and honestly, I have the most pleasant disposition.  Hoping perhaps YOU might be able to open your home to me, Dink.    4/6/2017; Stray who arrived at a local recycling center.  Est 7 yrs old; male;  HW+;  May or may not be a candidate for HW treatment due to an unhealthy heart.  May need prednisone longterm and heart meds to keep him at his best.  Vet notes: xray shows diffuse bronchointerstitial pattern - suspect cardiomyopathy. 53lbs

Update January 16: This is Dink. Dink has had a very hard life and it will cost him his own now. You see Dink has heartworms and cannot be treated for them because of other heart issues, it would kill him. Dink does not get along with other dogs as we think he was used as bait. He is toothless, and has horrible scars along his backbone. He needs a hospice family, it is so unfair that he has to live his last days out in a cold, hard, cement kennel. He has never known love with the exception of what we workers give him. He deserves to be shown love, what a bed feels like.. what a family feels like before he passes.

Update January 21: He is very people friendly, he rides beautifully in a car.  I took him to the vet and he rode uncrated, and then we drove around for a bit (just because I wanted to be with him) and he's great.  He is a "soft spoken" fella, not extremely pushy or loud.  Although he has the most awful howl when he wants.  He doesn't try to attack other dogs at the kennels, he just doesn't want to play with them at all.  He is always up for a good rub down, and enjoys human interaction.  He takes treats gently, and will give you puppy dog eyes for them.

He is crate trained, learning to go outside (still forgets from time to time), plays with all the dogs at the house.  Donald is a very sweet boy.  He gets along with the other dogs in the house. Likes to play outside with the others, enjoys his toys, walks well on a leash.  He's very happy and tries his best to do what he is supposed to. Note: Donald was turned in as a stray from animal control. His back right leg was broken so AAH put a cast on him. 15lbs; male; 3 mos old; terrier/hound mix; 9/25/2017



Darwin was brought in as a stray by animal control. He was picked up on Angel Wing Dr in Darlington. He is a little timid but still friendly.  39lbs; hw-; 1 yr old; lab mix; 11/8


Eleanor was brought in as a stray by animal control. She came in with Milo. They were picked up on E Old Camden Rd in Hartsville. She is very playful and friendly.  HW-; 47lbs; 1-2 yrs old; lab mix; 11/5


Emma was picked up as a stray by animal control. She was picked up on Aaron Rd in Hartsville. She has cherry eyes that she will need surgery to fix. She is very happy and friendly.   hound mmix; 10/24; 1-2 yrs old; 32lbs; hw-


Eeyore is as brought in as a stray by animal control. He was picked up Gallowaytown Rd in Hartsville. He is very sweet and friendly.   HW+; 60lbs; 3-4 yrs old; bull mix; 10/25

Ernest Chi

Earnest was surrendered with his friend Bertie. He is a shy boy.   7 lbs; 11/10; chi mix;  5 yrs old; no hw test


Evette was brought in as a stray by a good Samaritan . She was picked up at the intersection of Charleston Rd and Pocket Rd in Darlington. She is very sweet and friendly.  9/24; hw+; 78lbs; 4-5 yrs old (aged by vet); shep mix;