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Sissy was picked up as a stray, never claimed and she ended up on the disposable dog list. She has a very sweet temperament and was a favorite of the shelter workers who contacted Nebraska No Kill to save her life. We believe Sissy is a Norwegian Elkhound mix, between 5 and 6 years of age. She is current on all of her vaccinations, recently spayed and at 46 lbs., she’s a bit on the heavy side. She walks well on a leash and knows some of her basic commands. She is house trained, but not trained to a crate. She isn’t destructive if left loose in the home, but will counter surf if there is something that smells edible. Her overall health is good, but she has tear stains that we believe are due to allergies. We are giving her eye drops and better food and expecting to see an improvement. Her sight and hearing appear normal. Sissy is a very affectionate dog who loves people and does best with other dogs her size or smaller. She is somewhat intimidated by larger dogs and doesn’t care for cats. She is a lower energy dog who would be content in a home that is also lower activity, but she does enjoy going for walks. Sissy is not food aggressive or toy aggressive and will make someone a wonderful companion. What makes her happy is being able to be with her person. Her perfect home would be with someone who has retired and has time to spend with her. Sissy is a loving and loyal dog who will keep her new owner(s) entertained and be great company.
If you are interested in meeting Sissy, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Suggested adoption donation: $250.00