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Name: Mayree - ADOPTED 05.26.20
Rescue ID: D200036
Adoption Fee: 325
Breed: Dutch Shepherd / Pointer / MixedLearn more about the Pointer.
Sex: Female (spayed)
Current Size: 41 Pounds
Current Age: 9 Months (best estimate)
Good with Dogs: Yes
Good with Cats: Yes
Hi, I'm Mayree!
I'm a 6 to 7 month old puppy that is a mixture of a Pointer, Lab, Dutch Shepherd, and Terrier mix! I'm a really really smart girl, my foster parents say!
I'm almost fully potty trained and ring a bell to go outside. I walk nicely on a leash and "wait" before exiting the house. My foster parents walk out first, then I follow when they say "okay!" Outside, I boundary train very easily, because I'm so smart. I definitely need a yard, so apartment life isn't for me unfortunately! However a fence is not a necessity.
I was a stray in Detroit before coming to the rescue. Being a stray so young, was very scary! My foster parents think some people were very mean to me when they saw me running down the streets, because new people make me nervous at first. I just can't tell if you're going to hurt me or not. I will need time to trust you, so please be ready to just be around me and let me come to you when I’m ready. We may need to meet a couple times before I’m excited and happy to see you. Once I get to know you a little bit, I love cuddling and I’ll always want to be with you.
I live with two big dogs and I love playing with them! I am still very scared of new dogs though. I need slow introductions to other dogs who are friendly. Once I know they are not going to hurt me, I will love running around and playing with them.
If you're interested in giving me a forever home please fill out an app! I'm looking for someone who will keep me, even after COVID19 is over and everyone returns to work and their normal busy life. Please keep that in mind!
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