DUSTI

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Dusti 18-month-old female yellow Lab 70-lb Spayed

Background:The Sonoma County shelter asked us if we can take Dusti into our program. The shelter advises that “Dusti is a beautiful, blonde girl looking for a lifetime of love. If you are looking for a soul-mate, then Dusti is just the gal for you! At 18 months old, her big brown eyes communicate such a longing for connection - She loves everyone and is just about as sweet as they come. She's sweetly shy and it may take her just a few moments to warm up but once she does her personality just blossoms. She loves playing with toys and while here with us was introduced to another dog and has a polite, quiet and relaxed play style with them. We feel a home with children ages 12 and older might be best for her.”

What Their Rescue Rep Says: We were able to get Dusti out of the shelter and she is now decompressing at a boarding facility in Petaluma. She is quite calm and chill. She might be a little shut down from her shelter experience. Her adopter will need to take is slow and easy. She is submissive with other dogs. Would be great for her to land in a home with an older calm, confident dog that she can learn from and pal around with. Teenagers would be okay; not good for young active kids. No idea how she is with cats.

Medical: Dusti is healthy, current on vaccinations, microchipped, and spayed. Heartworm test pends.

Located in: Petaluma

If you are interested in adopting Dusti, please contact Rescue Rep Dave at david.c.ely@sbcglobal.net.


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