7/5/22; 43lbs; husky mix; hw-; 1-2 yrs old; Magnolia was brought in by AC. She is A sheriff's Dept case. She was possibly HBC and has a limp on her back leg. She was taken to vetting to get seen but wouldn’t come out of the crate. She had just arrived, was in pain and didn’t know us. She did amazingly well for her intake today and will make a great companion for someone. She loves her person and will cling to you!! Magnolia is Hw:Negative and will go to AAH for an x ray.
More about me August 16: "Isn't she lovely? Isn't she wonderful?" If you find yourself humming these words when you meet stunning Husky sensation MAGNOLIA, then you are not alone. If you think she's a real beauty on line, just wait til you meet in person. Magnolia was a little conservative as she headed out of the busy/chaotic shelter area, but gosh, she opened right up in our evaluation pens and showed her happy, interactive, playful side in no time. Magnolia seamlessly melded into our pack. We had her off leash with males and females and she ran and played and interacted with everyone. She is right in the thick of things and is more a leader vs follower in this type setting. A friendly, more active girl, she's not one to place on the sofa to idle away her day...take her for a walk or hike or car ride to help keep her at her best. She is not a high energy dog per se but she's smart and alert and will benefit from having activities either physical or mental to keep her stimulated. A family with slightly older kids, other dogs and perhaps even cats (She kind of ignored the ones she saw while out with us) would perfectly suit her style. Magnolia is a lovely, lovely lady and we can't wait to see her set up shop with her new family. Note: She has a slightly bum back leg but it does not seem to bother her nor slow her down.
Foster update Dec 9: Hi there! It’s me, Magnolia!! As you can see, I’m very happy! My foster family gave me a cozy place to recover from my FHO surgery and now I’m doing great with walking and playing and sitting…but no jumping, they taught me that. The cats taught me to not get in their personal space so I don’t. I see them around the house and I mind my own business. There are lots of things I am learning and my foster family says I learn quickly! My foster fursiblings are about 4-7yrs old and we love to play even though I’m only about 1 year old. There’s this little guy, too, who crawls around but he’s not as fast as me so I just go around him. When I lick his toes, he gives me snacks! Oh also, I have my own kennel and it’s my safe place, I like it in there! I go there if I think I’m in trouble or if I’m nervous of new people like my foster family at first; but now I know them and I trust them!! I’d love to meet you in person and tell you more about myself. Let’s set a date!!
Foster update Dec 27: Our temporary foster Magnolia had a fun field trip around town. A stop at Purrs McBarkin' is an absolute MUST for any pet parent or foster. This sweet girl rode beautifully in the car and walked well on the leash (was very interested in some squirrels at Kalmia, but wasn't uncontrollable ???). This sweet girl loves attention and loves to give her affection. She has no problem going into a crate when needed.
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