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Check back at the end of November to see our next foster pup!
Our first foster dog was a 4 year old husky named Jet. He is house and crate trained, GREAT with dogs (of all ages and sizes) and loves kids! My 9 year old cousin is hanging with us and he just LOVES her! She was rubbing his ears and he was giving her kisses on her face! They both loved it! I think he must have had kids around him before because he just lit up when he saw Sunny and had to be near her! He was great in the car and every time we walk by my car he stops and looks at it like “are we gonna go for a ride?”
Sadie was our second foster dog, she is around 4 years old and is probably the sweetest dog ever! She gets along great with our dogs and everyone she has met so far! She’s house trained and LOVES a good chair or couch!
Our newest foster pup is a 14 week old double merle Australian Shepherd named Marlie! She is deaf and partially blind but she is not going to let that stop her from living her very best life! She’s full of energy and love and loves being around other dogs! She’s not shy and is surprisingly very vocal… she even makes noises in her sleep!
Adorable and adoptable Hillary!
Hillary is such a good and sweet girl who deserves to spend the rest of her life being loved and spoiled! She is shy at first but once she warms up to you, you’ll find that she loves to snuggle and get some love. She also LOVES food and will even dance for her meals (it’s really, really cute!) plus she’s easy when taking treats from our hands.
She picked up our schedule pretty quickly and every day she gets more comfortable around us! She has really come a long way since she moved in with us and now she will play with chew toys on her own and isn’t afraid to start playing with my dogs. She gets really excited when you put her harness on her because she knows that means she is going outside and she also does great riding in the car!
Keeping in mind that she has spent 6 of her 6 1/2 years in a shelter, she still has a lot to learn so I think she would do well with another dog in the house to show her how things work. She is also crate and house trained.
She is a really good dog, she just needs someone who will be patient with her. After a little over a month, Hillary finally found her forever family.
It was a bittersweet day as we said goodbye to our sweet Hill Hill but I’m so happy she’s finally found them! Congratulations to Hillary & her wonderful forever family! And to the awesome ladies of Mainely Mutts Animal Rescue, you’ve done an amazing job once again! Thanks for trusting us with this pup! I also want to thank the staff at Community Animal Rescue & Adoption – CARA for keeping this girl safe (for her whole life) until she came to Maine! You all rock!