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Female Senior Greyhound / German Shepherd Dog

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Austin Animal Center

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About *PENNY

Penny appreciates the soft home life she has found while in a foster home. She has excellent home manners and shares space with a younger Labrador retriever in the home. Penny has medium energy and enjoys spending time outside, nature watching, following her nose on a walk or short sessions of playing tug or chasing a ball but she is just as happy settling down for a nap or a good chew on a tasty bone. Penny is affectionate and wants to know what you are doing around the house or yard but she is also fine spending time on her own and can be trusted to stay loose in the house. Penny will enjoy a family who wants a companion at home and to go on occasional short outings. To learn more about Penny contact her foster mom at

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Shots up to date
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Spayed / Neutered
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Labrador Retriever

Meet Annie! She is a young, energetic pup who loves being around people... her favorite thing is getting some snuggles and pets!Annie lo... show more

Meet Annie! She is a young, energetic pup who loves being around people... her favorite thing is getting some snuggles and pets!Annie loves going on outings to the park... she has SO much fun sniffin` all the things and meeting all the people! Her shelter BFF has also taken her to eat pizza (YUM!!) as well as to an agility class (gotta burn off those pizza eatin` calories!). Annie adapts easily to each new situation and always has a smile on her face. She is 100% an adventure buddy! Annie has shown friendly and curious interest in other pups, so there is potential for her to live with a confident and playful resident dog, but a meet and greet followed by initial separation in the home will be required. Luckily she comes with lots of support from the Orange Dot Crew (a volunteer advocacy group) and free training thanks to Friends of AAC.An ideal home for Annie will be with someone who wants to take her on walks to work her little body and then provide her with enrichment items and puzzle toys to work her little mind! She would likely be too much doggo for young kids but teenagers who want to help with her training would be great! Annie would do best in a house with a yard, or a lower-traffic apartment complex. Annie is growing up in the shelter and we won’t sugarcoat it… it’s tough on her. She deserves a real home… she deserves a family. Please reach out to learn more about this sweet & sassy gal! I weigh approximately 55 lbs. show less