Adoptable Dog of the Week – Megan
Sweet and loving, this cute pooch is looking for a special someone to be her best friend! Our Adoptable Dog of the Week is Megan, a year old Cocker Spaniel and Papillon mix from Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania. This petite pooch is housetrained and spayed and needs a home where she would be the only pet or at least the only female dog in the family. She does well with older, respectful children.
Described as one of the sweetest doggos to be in the care of her fosters, Megan is one affectionate cuddle bug. This gal just loves to love- and won’t hesitate to show all her kindness and loyalty as soon as she feels comfortable around you. She is smart and loves being in the center of attention and affection, so much so that she will reach for your hands with my paws and pull them onto her head for you to pet her. She is a lap dog that will follow you around. However, she can be shy and vary at first, both around new people and dogs, so it does take time and patience- which is why an experienced adopter would be great for Megan.
Megan tends to be dominant around other females, so her rescuers recommend she goes into a home where she would be the only pet or the only female dog around. She doesn’t get along with cats, so a feline-free household is a must. While essentially a cuddly pooch that loves nothing more than snuggles and petting, Megan also has an energetic, sporty side to her. She is really fast when she runs (and she likes to run) and will need someone who will make sure she gets plenty of exercise. Megan requires a home with a fenced yard so she can have room to run around and play safely.
In case this cutie patootie has captivated you, contact 2ndChance4LifeRescue for more information about the adoption process.
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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