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Julie, 17-069

Gender: Female
Age: 5 months
Weight: 20 pounds
Breed: Lab/Shepherd Mix
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Thanks to Janet Barrow For Giving Me a Second Chance!

Julie, 17-069's Bio

Hi! My name is Julie. Somehow I ended up down by the river by myself on scary 4th of July. A nice young couple found me, thank goodness! On the way to the car, they met a lady who knew about CARE. They let her take me and I stayed with her for awhile.  When no one claimed me, she told CARE about me.  While at her house, I got to play with her three fur babies. She took us all to the dog park and my foster mom says I'm a natural. I love to play and romp around with the other dogs and she thinks that if someone teaches me, I could be a great ball player. Just so you know, my most favorite thing to do in the world is to snuggle with my human. I like to put my paw over her chest and bury my face in her neck. I'm affectionate and smart and foster mom says I have good manners when it comes to food. I patiently wait for my treat, unlike her other rascals. Unfortunately, first foster mom is moving back to New York so I couldn't stay with her since she's in the middle of packing. Now I'm with foster mom number two who also has three dogs of her own. Even though its fun here too, I sure would like to settle down soon with my very own furr-ever family.  If you have kids and other dogs, that would be totally cool with me. Come soon please. I'm patiently waiting. 

Julie is vaccinated, spayed, and microchipped. Her adoption fee is $150.

CARE's adoptable pets are specifically evaluated and selected to be family and companion animals. We place them in foster homes where they live in the home environment and become part of the family while awaiting permanent adoption. For that reason, they will do best in homes where they are primarily inside pets and spend lots of time with their families.

If you are interested in meeting Julie or learning more about the adoption process, please visit our website and submit our online adoption application here: http://www.careforanimals.org/adoption-app.cfm