As I wrote in an earlier post, we plan on moving to Europe in about one year. Sadly, we won’t be able to take our doggy Morgan with us (our other three pets are coming, of course) Here is the description I just sent to the rescue organization we adopted her from. They are going to try to help us find her a new home. If you are interested in adopting our beautiful pup, please send me a message!
“Morgan is a female Pit Bull mix, around 6 years old. She came to the Heartworm Project around 2 ½ years ago from a high-kill shelter, where the staff were so in love with her that they couldn’t stand to see her be euthanized. Morgan hasn’t had the easiest life- her embedded collar scars, a missing toe, etc. are proof of significant abuse by her original owner. However, this sweet girl’s temperament would never give you any reason to believe that she had ever been harmed. She has been with her current family for almost two years now. Unfortunately, the family will be moving to Europe within the next year and, due to breed restrictions, will not be able to take their beloved dog with them.
Morgan is potty trained and crate trained. She walks fairly well on a leash and knows the basic commands, i.e. sit and down. In her home, she has lived with a toddler and an infant, two cats, and a small dog. She gets along wonderfully with every living being and has never shown any sign of aggression! Morgan has the sweetest disposition and just loves to be snuggled and petted. However, she still has a lot of energy and would do best with a fairly active family. She would love a yard to call her own, but would not be suitable as an outside dog, since she is very sensitive to both the heat and the cold.
Morgan is spayed, up to date on shots, heartworm negative, and on heartworm prevention. She will stay with her current family until she finds her new home.”