Mary Elizabeth just barely escaped with her life simply because she was dumped in an overcrowded southern shelter at a mere 7 weeks old and her time was up. Thankfully she was pulled into rescue and a foster home before meeting such a sad ending.
Mary Elizabeth was a shy quiet girl initially but within a couple of days she popped right out of her proverbial shell.
She learned a lot in just a few days before taking her magnificent journey up north in search of her happily ever after. She does well in her crate and was in the process of being house trained (she has already mastered the use of a doggy door).
While in foster she got to play in a swimming pool (a natural born swimmer!) and seemed to enjoy this new experience.
A sweet and affectionate girl, she did very well with big people and little kids, other dogs, and cats (well she was afraid of kitty so she's a scaredy pup). Mary E is just a baby so she has much to learn but she is smart and eager to please. We think she will be a very astute student who will get through her puppy training with flying colors and high honors.
Mary Elizabeth, like any other puppy, loves to run around and play and no doubt you can expect to go through all the typical puppy phases with her.
Mary Elizabeth is up to date on all of her vaccinations and current on all age appropriate preventatives. She will be available in just a couple of weeks after she is spayed.
Best Friends For Life is a privately run, 501 c3 non profit organization, privately funded NO KILL dog rescue. They operate on a strictly volunteer basis out of foster homes.