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Orphan Annie might not have red ringlets, but she's as cute as her Broadway namesake. This darling girl wants to love, please, play and learn.
She's a young dog, but is fully potty trained and non-destructive in the home. She has already mastered sit and is getting good with stay and off. She enjoys getting outside and is getting better every day on her leash.
Little Orphan Annie loves other dogs, especially those close to her age. She would definitely enjoy having a sibling or two with whom to romp and play. And if you have an older curmudgeonly dog, she will learn to respect those boundaries as well.
She's a smart cookie. She can entertain herself, you and other canines with adorable tossing of toys into the air or with her joy for water. With a little time and practice, she is likely to be a great "go to the lake" dog.
Orphan Annie has shown some interest in the foster resident cat, but no chasing, and as she gets more used to the kitty every day, her interest is waning. And children? Oh my, she'd love to have some of them in her forever home. She seems to love all humans, big or small, young or old. The more playmates, the better for this agreeable girl.
Orphan Annie wiggles a lot like a younger pup, so currently isn't so much interested in cuddles, but she does love pets and being close to her people. She loves loves loves running and playing, so would do so well in a home where she gets lots of exercise in the great outdoors. With training, she would probably make a great running buddy.
Orphan Annie exudes sweetness so we feel sure if you come meet her, you'll have immediately found your forever friend! If you have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.