By Rebecca Sorrel, Foster Mom
Why did you decide to foster Dot?
Dot was a black adult pit bull who found herself in Henry County animal control. This animal control does not adopt pit bulls out to the public and is very particular about which rescues they work with. The odds were not in Dot’s favor to make it out of the pound alive being a pit bull, much less a black adult one. Dot was severally emaciated and had some skin problems; she needed Friends to the Forlorn badly.
Does Dot have any nicknames?
Doooot, Doot-a-rot-a-me, baby girl, rotten, and booger face
How would you describe her in three words?
Loving, bubbly and precious
What is Dot’s favorite thing?
Dot LOVES to cuddle. She is the world’s greatest snuggler. At a very close second, she loves running laps in the backyard with one of our other dog’s Hudson who is a greyhound mix, so there is a good bit of running. She has the biggest smile on her face when they are running around.
Describe Dot’s perfect day:
Dot’s perfect day would start by 7 am because is an early riser. She would eat breakfast with her doggy siblings, and then be ready for playtime #1. Playtime #1 would consist of Dot and her doggy sibling running laps in the backyard since it would be cool in the morning (the cool temps make them all frisky). Then, she would come in for her morning nap on the couch with her human for a couple of hours. Afterwards, Dot would be ready to knock out a couple of episodes on Netflix. Then, Dot would be ready for playtime #2 which would probably involve more wrestling than running. Then, she would want to go for a little walk in the neighborhood to enjoy the afternoon sunshine and breeze. After the walk, Dot would be ready for more cuddling until dinner time around 5 pm. After dinner time, Dot is usually ready to hunker down chew on a bone while the humans eat and clean the kitchen. Then, it would be time to cuddle while watching the human’s evening tv show. One last potty break for the girl and she would be good to cuddle up with her person in bed (under the covers of course)!
Describe Dot’s ideal family:
Dot is an amazing dog that gets along great with her foster doggy and kitty siblings. She does not live in a home with children but has been very sweet when meeting them. Dot’s ideal family would have another dog that wants to play and for the family to go for afternoon or evening walks. Unfortunately Dot gets carsick pretty easily, so she is more of a homebody that likes to go on local adventures in the neighborhood. She would love a family that would let her cuddle with them. She’s a sensitive girl that craves human interaction.
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