Fawn is a sweet and gentle older girl who adores people. Fawn lives with her foster mom, other dogs and two cats with whom she is very compatible. Since Fawn is a bit older, a home with high energy dogs who will want to play with her is not recommended. She is potty trained and leash trained. Fawn does not have access to the door to go outside so it is not known if she will go to the door when she has to go to the bathroom. She does very well if carried outside every 3-4 hours. She will have a pee accident if she is left much more than 5 hours. She usually makes it through the night without having an accident.
Fawn came to her foster home needing to lose a little weight so she is working hard at that. She has lost about 1½ pounds so far! She will have a dental done on June 18th and it is anticipated that she will lose many, if not all of, her teeth. After she recovers from that surgery, she will be ready to find her forever home!
Fawn is a low maintenance girl who follows her foster mom all around the house. She does not like it if she cannot be in the same room with her foster mom and will bark if there is a gate in between the two of them. She has some vision and had no problems navigating her new foster home. She can also find her way back into the house after being taken out to play or to go potty. Because of her lack of vision, Fawn becomes nervous and will shake if she is unsure of a new situation but she does find comfort in being held and talked to by her human. She loves licking her person’s face when she is happy.
Fawn rides very well in the car, settling in on the seat to take a nap shortly after starting off on her trip.
Fawn loves meal times and will let her foster mom know when it is that time ! She spends the majority of the day napping and being such a good girl. She will make a great companion for someone who is looking for a sweet girl to cuddle with and take on car rides.
Fawn was adopted!
- Sex Female (spayed)
- Size Small (15 lbs.)
- Age 13 years
Good with other dogs? Yes
Good with cats? Yes
Good with children? Unknown
Currently fostered in Central Pennsylvania. (Transport is available)
- Vision Vision impaired(Cause: Bilateral Cataracts)
Fawn is looking for her forever home. If you think it could be yours, read more about Adopting from BDRA before submitting your application below.
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