4 1/1 years old

About 60 lbs

Good with other dogs?

Woola will not be placed in a home with other dogs or cats.

Good with Cats?

Woola will not be placed in a home with small children under about age 10.

Activity Preference*

Woola is a go-with-the-flow kinda gal. Although she would appreciate a walk or two a day and some playtime.


These are a few of my foster’s favorite things: Ear and face rubs, people, walks

My foster is good at: meeting peoplestaying in a cratebehaving in the housegoing for car rides, walking on a leashcuddling, following commands.

If I could handpick the perfect home for this particular dog, it would have: A fenced yard, quiet environment, no other dogs or cats.

Meet Woola:

Woola is very sociable, friendly and loving! She’s a new arrival to ABR and since arriving in her foster home she’s been a perfect little lady! Woola has lost the two homes she’s known in her life and we do not want her to ever be let down again! She’s simply adorable with her teeny nub that wags so hard that her whole behind goes with it when greeting you! Woola is 4 1/2 years old and about 60 lbs. She knows manners like sit and stay, completely house trained and crate trained. She’s not too bad on a leash either! She’s perfect in the car, no backseat driving from her! Woola has been a little quiet, just wanting to stay close to her foster humans. We are sure that will change as she gets over losing another family and learns that she’s in a loving home where she will stay while waiting for her real FOREVER family! She’s a beautiful girl too! Her coat is a beautiful black with white and she has the cutest turned up nose and wrinkles! She even has an adorable snore! She loves to have her face and ears rubbed. She’s been an easy breezy girl!

Woola hasn’t been in her foster home long enough yet to meet the other dogs. She will not be placed in a home with other dogs.  This could change once she does get to hang out with the other dogs and we know she can live peacefully with them.

We don’t know if she ever lived with very small children. So it would be best that she didn’t go to a home with any children under about age 10.

Woola is in Philadelphia, PA.

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