Thursday, September 19, 2013
Check out this beautiful girl! Her name is Sage. She is 3 years old and is listed as a Domestic Shorthair mix. Sage is microchipped, spayed and current on her shots.
Winston is a 5-year-old, 100-pound lap dog. He is very sweet and knows basic commands such as sit and stay. He does have a tendency to jump when he gets excited but if you notice it in time and tell him to sit he is very obedient and won't jump up. Even though Winston weighs 100 pounds he walks fairly well on a harness, though he will pull if he is only on a basic leash and collar. At his foster home he was left un-crated during the day and was not destructive and had very few issues with accidents in the house. Winston is great with other dogs of all sizes although we are not positive how well he does with cats. He is great with children as long as they are comfortable around his size; his tendency to jump may make it challenging for him to be around small children. Winston is a people dog and will always be in the room where his human is. He needs a home with someone who is willing to spend a lot of time with him and take the time to perfect his basic training. It also wouldn't hurt for his new family to be ok with some drool every now and then! Winston weighs 101 pounds.
The Frances R. Willis SPCA is open Mon, Tue, Thurs 12-5 and Fri-Sun 10-5. We are closed on Wednesdays. You can view all of the adoptable pets online at www.summervillespca.org. We are always looking for foster homes for our animals and we greatly appreciate any and all donations. Feel free to call the shelter with any questions at 843-871-3820. Our mailing address is PO Box 1116 Summerville, SC 29484 and our physical address is 136 Four Paws Lane Summerville, SC.
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