~ Submitted by the Page County Animal Shelter
Page Valley News highlights adoptable pets
from the Page County Animal Shelter to showcase their personality.
This is our sweet girl Annie!
Annie came to the shelter after she and her siblings were seized from their home by animal control. The three duo’s came out of a bad living situation and are now looking for a better stable home, could it be with you?
Well let me tell you about this sweet, but mighty girl! She loves to talk to you and jump up on you out of excitement, so little kids would need to be supervised. Annie would need a big place to run around as she is a big and lengthy girl.
She also tends to get “happy tail” which in other words means when she wags her tail and constantly hits it against something she makes it bleed. It’s nothing serious and frankly very common in bigger dogs.
A typical day outside for Annie is just a bunch of talking and wanting to be right next to you. When it’s time to come back inside she will stop and throw her whole body on the ground like a toddler who doesn’t want to come back inside after play time, but she does once you tell her it’s time to come in.
Despite her size she is very gentle on a lead and will not pull you.
If you are interested in meeting Annie,
please send the shelter an email inquiry or call the Page County Animal Shelter at (540) 778-2101. Please keep an eye out for our email reply. Sometimes they find their way to the spam/junk folder.
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