Sheba Anne – ADOPTED!

Sheba Anne - ADOPTED!

Dog: Sheba Anne

Age: 3-5 years

Weight: 105 lbs

Location: Philadelphia, PA
Nicknames: Sheba Anne, Sheba shoo shoo, Shebee
Good with other dogs?: Would do well with a large male as a BFF or as an only dog
Good with cats? Unknown, will not be adopted to a home with cats
Good with children? She’s good with children but because of her size she will not go to a home with very small children.
Activity Preference: Will go with the flow, would love a walk maybe once a day, is perfectly happy just being with you! Likes to pull out the dog toys and bring them to you for fetching.
IQ:  Smart
Sheba’s favorite things: relaxing with a bone, being near her humans, her beloved stingray stuffy
Sheba is good at: meeting people, staying in a crate, behaving in the house
Ideal home:  a fenced yard, maybe where she won’t be alone too long
Health issues: None


Sheba Ann is a very sweet, beautiful, big girl!  She came to us as a stray from a city shelter.  She’s a complete love!  She’s is eager to please and make her human happy!  She’s pretty smart and picks up on things quickly.  She is shy when you first meet and she gets a little nervous with lots of commotion.  She really likes structure and schedule.  Sheba loves when you share your snacks with her and loves cuddles even more!  She believes she is a lap dog and will sit in your lap and gaze at you so lovingly.  She doesn’t know how big she is.  She’s got lots of personality and is a big silly love bug!  Sheba has a great personality and is going to make a lucky adopter very happy!  We do not know anything about her past but we know her future is going to be bright!    She’s a lovely young lady and will make a great addition to a very lucky adopter’s home and heart!

Sheba did really well while at the shelter with other dogs and does well with the resident dog in her foster home.  However, when on a leash she can be a little bit reactive to certain dogs.  Her manners when meeting a new dog or asking a dog to play need work and she doesn’t take cues from the other dogs when they’ve had too much.  She is not ‘bad’ or agressive towards them just clueless.  I think Sheba would be great as an only dog since her main focus and love is her humans.  She would also do great with a large male, who is chill and wouldn’t be put off by her shenanigans.  With proper, slow introductions she would do well living with another dog.

Sheba is in Philadelphia, PA.

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