Onyx wants to be your girl! 8 Year old Shepard mix

Onyx wants to be your one and only – pet that is!

Onyx wants to be your girl! 8 Year old Shepard mix
Onyx wants to be your girl! 8 Year old Shepard mix

This sweet girl was dumped at the pound by her former owners, possibly due to being unable to afford the medical care she required at the time.  But rescue stepped in to save her, and now she’s all fixed up and ready to find the perfect forever home.

Onyx’s perfect forever home would have her being the only pet in the household.  Although she may do okay with another dog, if she likes him/her.  She’s quite selective about her four-legged friends.  And in her senior years she’s not a big fan of small children either.  She wants all of the attention for herself.  And well, can you really blame her?

This gorgeous girl can be shy upon initial meeting, but once she gets to know you, is as sweet as can be.  Onyx walks well on a leash, is house trained.  But she’s not a big fan of being crated.  But the good news is that she’s not destructive at all, and thus doesn’t require being crated when alone.

Onyx wants to be your girl! 8 Year old Shepard mix
Onyx wants to be your girl! 8 Year old Shepard mix

Onyx weighs in at about 40 lbs, making her the perfect size, not too big to be your cuddle companion.  And not too small.  She’s spayed and up to date on her vaccinations.  All ready to go live with her perfect forever family.

For more information on Onyx contact:

 

Onyx wants to be your girl! 8 Year old Shepard mix
Onyx wants to be your girl! 8 Year old Shepard mix

Maggie’s Mission

Wadsworth, OH

maggiesmissionrescue@gmail.com

330-607-4716

Please submit an online application at Maggie’s Mission

Senior Dogs are Special!

We here at The Foster Pack have a soft spot for senior shelter dogs.  Old dogs are great! Over half of our pack is made up of senior dogs 10+.  They are such sweet souls!

And there are tons of reasons to adopt senior dogs.  Such as 10 Reasons to Adopt Older Dogs.

And tons of senior dogs spending their golden years in shelters all of the time.  We want to help get them out.

So we’re going to feature a new senior shelter dog every week.

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