This dog is available and everything we know about this dog is included in the dog’s description. We are only able to respond to questions once a completed application is received https://crisisdogsnc.org/dog-adoption/. We do not respond to questions about our dogs sent through email or social media.
A Heart wrenching case. Misty was taken into Anson County shelter with severe head and neck wounds from dog bites, indicative of her having been a bait dog for dog fighting. She delivered three puppies at the shelter; all died. We treated her for her wounds and began her heartworm treatment which we will fund to completion (2 shots then a month rest). With the loving care of her foster home, Misty has flourished. She is a gentle, affectionate, dog friendly (submissive and aware of boundaries) and wags her tail when you approach her. She is eager to please and with potty breaks and positive reinforcement she’s very close to be fully housetrained. She is excellent on a leash. Her foster writes, "Misty loves her people but does not cry or whine when they leave. She is quiet calm and always looking for love. She loves food and treats which is making her easily trainable and incredibly gentle. She is the best walker I’ve ever encountered and will stop to look up at you for validation. She’s truly the easiest foster I’ve ever had."
Apply at crisisdogsnc.org. We reply only to completed applications, no calls, no emails. Excellent vet references and a virtual home visit required. Your prior or current dog must be on year-round heartworm prevention. We transport by land or air whenever possible. Unless there is definitive documentation our breed assessments are based on visual appearances.