Update 3/4/14: Curly Sue has found her forever home with a great Mom and Dad and two older Labrador sisters. She will have a nice big yard to play in. Her new family does not work so she will have love 24 hours a day. Don’t doubt for a second that she will be a happy girl – Bonnie Compton
Curley Sue Sunshine – What a special name for a very special girl. This ten month old, spayed female Boxer mix was part of an abuse case. She was kept in a crate under terrible conditions. Now she is free and on her way to a new wonderful life. In spite of her ordeal, she is sweet, affectionate and ready to play. She spent some time in a foster home so she is socialized and loves attention. Curley Sue is fawn color with a Boxer black mask and white feet and weighs about 32 lbs. She is good with older kids, cats and less assertive dogs.
Curley Sue is now in the New Leash on Life program at the Craven Correctional Institution where she is learning basic obedience and agility, being housebroken, and leash trained. She certainly already knows crate training. This training will make her a great companion dog for either a family or active single person. She will be ready to move into her new and forever home at graduation on March 12th. If you can give this girl the special home she deserves, go to www.palsforpaws.org, and complete the application. A home visit and veterinarian recommendation is required.
Contact Bonnie at 252-638-2358 or email your application.
Submitted by: Bonnie Compton, Pals for Paws