Short, Squatty Bundle Of Love Up For Adoption Meet Marsha
We talked to our friend Kate from Tri County Humane Society this morning on the morning show and this week we are featuring a senior pup that needs a loving home. She has a low center of gravity and a face only a mother, or real dog lover could love, but a great personality.
Meet Marsha! She came to TCHS because her owner did not have the time to care for her. She has been shy with staff since arrival but warms up quickly. She has a high prey drive towards cats and should not go home with them. Did well with kids and dogs in the previous home. Slow and proper introductions are recommended when introducing new pets or people.
Marsha has been very low-key and sweet with staff since her arrival. Was said to have some anxiety in the previous home- she tended to be destructive and bark when left alone inside for too long.
She was medicated for this anxiety under supervision of a licensed vet which may need to be continued in her new home. Her new owner should be prepared to help her through this with the use of plenty of enriching activities, proper crate training, confidence building etc..
She would also benefit from having an owner with plenty of dog experience. Was used to being a mostly outdoor dog in the previous home; during the day she would roam on the farm but was brought in at night. Previous owner stated she is housetrained when kept on a consistent schedule.
Was used to going on walks regularly and would benefit from consistent exercise in the new home. Marsha shows signs of allergies and has been started on a special diet while in our care; this diet will most likely need to be continued long-term. Her new family should have a conversation with their vet about how best to manage her allergies.
Check out the TCHS Re-Tail Shoppe for some awesome dog supplies! This sweetie just wants some love- she cannot wait to meet you! Donations and adoption fees help cover the cost of spay/neuter surgeries, micro-chipping, vaccinating, de-worming, any medical procedures and general care.
DEPOSITS MAY BE PLACED ON ADOPTABLE ANIMALS by calling 320-252-0896
The Tri-County Humane Society is an independent, nonprofit animal shelter in St. Cloud, MN, providing quality services to people and animals since 1974.
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