Meet Princess, 5 years old Terrier, Bull
Our Little Princess This little cutie-pie arrived as a lost puppy in August 07...and she stole everyone's heart. Just ten weeks old at the time, her puppy breath was intoxicating! She got adopted almost immediately, I mean look at that puppy face! And then, a year and half went by....the little puppy grew up, and she was returned to us on April 14, 09 for not doing well with the new dog they had added to the family. A new puppy perhaps? Out with the old, in with the new? It's heartbreaking for us to see these babies come in so young, their entire lives ahead of them, only to be returned for workable issues.And here Princess sat for several months...until 1 day, a dog trainer noticed her intense ball drive. She was given a variety of tests to see if she just might be a great police dog candidate, and she passed them all with flying colors. Yes, Princess was accepted into a very special training program where she learned how to detect bombs. But unfortunately, staying true to her name, Princess was not consistent with her detection. Some days she would be 100%...and other days she just didn't feel like playing along. For that reason, Princess was unable to complete the program and now she is looking for a home.....again.Princess is obviously 1 smart cookie. She has so much potential! Imagine taking Princess to 4H and having all the other kids say, "my dog can sit" or "my dog knows stay"...and your kid can say, "yeah, well my dog can sniff out a bomb!" How ya like them apples! Princess loves to play but also enjoys her snuggle time. She is spayed and housetrained. She is selective about other dogs and would prefer a feline-free home. Due to her energy, she is best suited for kids ages ten and up. You must be 21 to adopt Princess...and she asks that this time, it's forever.
March 21 on Petango