CongRATulations to the Nietenhoefer family!
Hello from Texas! My foster mom gave me the name of Halle, but I don’t like it very much and I don’t really think it’s my name. I’m going to need my very own name when I’m adopted. I was dumped at the animal shelter in Lufkin, Texas when I was so pregnant I was ready to pop. The nice people at the shelter took very good care of me and my babies, and when they were old enough, all but one of my babies went to very nice homes. The last puppy and I were driven to Tyler by a volunteer and picked up by our foster mom. It is so nice to be out of the shelter and in a nice warm home where there is plenty of food, a warm bed and lots of toys. I weigh about 10 to 12 pounds, and am about 2 years old. I’m a sweet young thang! The people at the shelter called me Little Mama, and that is what I respond to. I’m about two years old, petite, a long-legged beauty, and boy do I love to put on a pretty sweater when it’s cold. I’m working hard on my house manners,and I am crate trained. I love to chase a ball, and am learning to bring it back so someone will throw it again. I love to run and jump and play tug of war or just sit on your lap so you will be warm. I am learning that life is good and being loved is wonderful. I am looking for some people to take care of and teach them all about love, too. If you are looking for a great Texas gal, well here I am! For more photos of Halle in her foster home, click here: http://ImageEvent.com/coram/halle