Adopted!! Wonda

Posted Mar 1, 2013 at 9:44 pm in Latest News

Adopted!!    Wonda came from a shelter where she had been for several weeks, and was passed by by adopters, day after day.  She had almost given up hope when one of our volunteers found her.  She is short and stocky, and her body looks a bit like a Jack Russell.  She has erect ears and a full tail that she wags constantly.  Wonda learned crate training very quickly, and has been doing very well with her house training.  She is estimated to be under 2 years old.  She weighs 18 pounds.  Wonda is a bit shy with strangers, especially men, but a treat or two will win her over fast!  She seems to get along with all the dogs in her foster home and loves to sit beside her foster mom and nap while her foster mom is reading.  Wonda walks nicely on a leash and does okay in a car, although she did get carsick once.  Wonda would probably be nervous around small children, and she has not been tested with cats.  A fenced backyard would be great, but she would probably adjust to being walked on a leash to go potty.  If you are looking for a sweet girl who would love to snuggle up to you, please consider Wonda!  For photos of her in her foster home, check her album often for updates:

 

And watch her video below!

 

 

2 comments so far:

  1. Debbi said:

    Aww, what a sweetie Wonda is? Is she possibly a Teddy Roosevelt Rat Terrier? Has she been on anymore car rides? Maybe she got sick, because she was already feeling under the weather. Does Rat Terrier ResQ provide transportation for out of state adoptions? Mine passed away last summer. Although he could never be replaced, I have room in my heart for another “Rattie.”

    posted March 18th, 2013 at 9:04 pm
  2. Debbi said:

    I am interested in possibly adopting her. :)

    posted March 19th, 2013 at 7:46 pm

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