Prunella

Prunella

               Age:1-3
Weight: 120
Location: Newtown, PA
Nicknames: Prunee, Wilda, Nellie
Good with other dogs?: Yes.
Comes on strong and a little rude but she is fine!
Good with cats? unknown, will not be adopted to a home with a cat
Good with children? unknown, will not be adopted to a home with kids under 10
Activity Preference: Needs a couple walks a day., Needs in-house activities, Up for a long hike any day.
IQ: Smart
Prunella’s favorite things: Walks at the park, car rides, being with her peeps, food, food, snacks, food and snacks.
Prunella is good at: meeting people, meeting dogs, going for car rides, making me feel safe, walking on a leash, playing
Ideal home: someone at home most of the day, a fenced yard
Training Needs: needs obedience training
Health issues: As you can see from her photos, she was not well taken care of. There were many baths, antibiotics, ointments etc., to treat her horrible skin and eye infections. She is a high maintenance girl. She needs to go home with a family who understands the needs of a girl prone to skin issues.

Meet Prunella

Prunella is a Big, MESSY, Love. While she is adorable, she is a lot of work. She is the messiest drinker and after a few slurps, the floor is a sloshy pool of drool. She is needy and does not like to be crated at all but she does not have separation anxiety to the point of destroying things. She is just happy to be with people. She does need a bath every few days at least until she is 100% over her skin infections or she does develop quite a strong smell. She is totally sweet as sugar though and very funny. Foster mom labels her as very high maintenance.



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