Petunia needs a new home – can you help her find it?
She will never be Miss America but she could certainly be Miss Congeniality. She is a Boston Terrier mix – lots more mix than Boston Terrier. She is about 4 or 5 years old and weighs about 27 lbs. She is a wiggling ball of love. She doesn’t wag her tail — she wags her entire butt end. She loves people – would be a great store dog to greet customers. She loves everybody. She gets along great with other dogs although she likes to be alpha.
She has not had a good life. She is blind in one eye and has lost a lot of her teeth. We think she was hit by a car. She also has the scar of a deeply embedded collar.
She is a New Leash on Life graduate – which means that she was taken from the shelter and put into the prison program to be trained by an inmate. She is housebroken, leash, crate, and obedience trained. Her current owner has taken her to agility training and she loved it. Her owner needs to re-home her because she cannot handle her along with her other dog. When Petunia sees someone she knows, she wants to go visit with them even if her owner doesn’t want her to.
Petunia has the best personality. Everybody loves her. If you know someone that would be interested, please let me know.
Submitted by: Bonnie Compton, President, Pals for Paws, 252-637-7387