Penny

Penny

MEET PENNY!

Status Medical Hold
Intake Type Owner Surrender
Intake Date 10/28/2020
Age 1 Year
Gender Female
Weight 40 lbs
Energy Level High
Good w/ other dogs Yes
Good w/cats Unknown
Good w/kids Yes
Object aggression None noted
Special Needs See Bio For More Info
Medications Monthly Heartworm and Flea/Tick Preventative
Crate trained Yes
House trained Yes
Adoption Fee $700

Find Penny, pick her up, and all day long you’ll have good luck!

Hi there! My name is Penny and as you can see, I am lucky! No need to look for a real heads up penny when you are around me. Don’t believe me? Well then I’ll prove it! The day my foster family picked me up from my previous owner, they hit the jackpot! That’s right! They won a million snuggles, a million kisses, and a million happy smiles from me. Their dog even won a prize…the perfect playmate (me)!

I am a lucky little puppy full of life and energy! My foster brother, a ten-month old American Bulldog named Theo, is so excited that there is finally someone in the house that matches his energy! We play constantly. When I am not playing, I am either taking a nap or begging for food, as I love to eat. Theo and I went all Ocean’s Eleven and planned a great heist this morning. What were we planning on heisting? Well definitely not a casino. Who needs money? No. My foster mom had something worth more than a casino full of money. She made this very delicious looking bagel sandwich for breakfast this morning. It was beautiful and Theo and I were devastated when she turned us away and took a bite. Did we succeed? Well, we didn’t have a fake security camera tape and we definitely didn’t have fake SWAT uniforms, so unfortunately we did not succeed this time. Watch out though because there will come a day where you will turn on the news and see me wanted for heisting a bagel sandwich.

Not much is known about my past. My previous family acquired me from one of their friends. Apparently my puppy energy and love for chewing was too much for them to handle. Not wanting to see a dog go to a shelter, my previous family took me in. They ended up surrendering me to IBR because I constantly barked at the horses and wouldn’t leave them alone. They also said I chewed things up a lot…oops! My foster family’s house has more toys than I have ever seen, so instead of chewing on my foster family’s belongings, I chew on the toys. The toys are great, I really like playing Theo the most!

My ideal home would most likely include a ton of toys and another friendly dog to play with. I have quite a bit of energy, as I’m only a year old, so I’ll require lots of playtime and supervision. I am house and crate trained, but I don’t know basic commands yet. My foster mom says that I am doing a great job learning “sit” though. Overall, I’m a snuggly little lady that has a lot of love and luck to give.

Check back soon for my pupdates!

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