Adoptable Dog of the Week- Fallon

Big dogs give the best hugs and this adorable girl will prove it to you! Our Adoptable Dog of the Week is Fallon, a 2 years old Anatolian Shepherd and Labrador mix from Indianapolis, Indiana. This friendly pooch is spayed, up to date with on her shots and potty trained. Fallon loves male dogs and non-dominant female dogs so she wouldn’t mind having a canine roommate in her new family.


Fallon’s Tale


When this lovely gal first came to the shelter, it seemed that she had a rough past. She was scared of men, leading her rescuers to think that a male had hit her in the past. However, after a few months in a loving environment, Fallon truly blossomed and let go of her initial fears. She now welcomes the attention of anyone who’s willing to give some ear scratches, or treats! However, due to her Anatolian Shepherd heritage, she can be a bit territorial and protective of her family. When she’s around her people, she doesn’t mind visitors and she’s actually friendly, but if she’s alone she’ll definitely play the watchdog part, guarding her home against strangers.


Her friendliness extends to other dogs, as well. She doesn’t mind female dogs, but this furry tomboy seems to like male dogs more- they tend to love her rambunctious playful character, as well. Fallon is not the best with cats, so she’ll need a feline-free home to call her own. When it comes to children, Fallon is the same as any other well-adjusted gentle giant: full of love. However, to the fact that she’s a big girl that tends to guard her food (from other dogs, not her humans), Fallon’s rescuers want to place her in a home without young kids.


Fallon is a gorgeous pooch with a great personality- any pawrent would be lucky to adopt her! In case you’re interested in learning more about her and finding out if you’re a good fit, contact Waldo’s Muttley Crew for more information.

Angela Vuckovic
Angela Vuckovic

A proud mama to seven dogs and ten cats, Angela spends her days writing for her fellow pet parents and pampering her furballs, all of whom are rescues. When she's not gushing over her adorable cats or playing with her dogs, she can be found curled up with a good fantasy book.

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