Hilda

Hilda

Name: hilda, hilly
Weight: 80lbs 
Location: Severn, md
 
Good with other dogs: Hilda has a tentative relationship with her foster brother. She would be great as an only dog or in a home with a laid back, confident Male dog. 
 
Good with cats: unknown, will not be adopted to a home with cats
 
Good with children: unknown, will not be adopted to home with children under at least 10 years old
Activity preference: Easy peasy. Hilly would love to go for a short walk everyday but it is not needed. Five to ten minutes of play time in the back yard is enough for this girl. 
 
IQ: clever girl
 
Favorite things: Hilly loves a peanut butter stuffed bone, treat toys, and puzzles. A close second to her affection for food is cuddling. This snuggle bug is happiest curled up with you on the couch. 
 
Good at: Meeting people, Hilly is a favorite everywhere she goes. She is a very happy, friendly little lady. She has good house manners and is the sweetest.
 
Ideal home: This adaptable girl would do great in city or country. 
 
Health issue: recovered heartworm
 
Training: Hilly knows basic commands but she loves learning new things.
 
Meet Hilly: 
This southern belle came from Louisiana. Like so many, she was heartworm positive and had a myriad of treatable health issues. Her heartworm had made her pretty sick, but Hilly is a fighter. This tough cookie fought through heartworm treatment and is now loving life. Hilly was also treated for ear infections, UTI, and anemia. She spent a good deal of time at the vet and immediately developed a fan club. Everytime we go to the vet, her fans flock to the waiting area to say hello. 
Hilda is extremely friendly with everyone  she meets!
 
Hilly is a happy go lucky dog who has had a rough go of things. You wouldn’t know it by meeting her though. She is feeling much better and can’t wait to find her forever family. She would love a partner in crime to take her lots of places, but she is also fine staying behind at home. Hilly is looking for a home with treats, cuddles, and more treats. Is this girl easy or what
 

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