Tuesday, August 23, 2011

This Week's Featured Adoptable: Tina

Tina is a beatiful red pittie with the most adorable smile. 

Tina was rescued by the Heigel Foundation after she was dropped The Humane Society of Utah after being used as a backyard breeder.  But she hasn't let her past get her down! 
Tina is a bright, fun loving girl, full of energy for a good game of fetch.  If Tina were a person, she'd be an athlete for sure -- this girl is all muscle.  She loves to run and chase her tail, but walks very well on a leash.  She likes to snuggle and give kisses, and will jump up to get them, so a home with older children would probably be best.  Tina adores being around people, and will sing if you leave her crated up for too long.  She's also a little afraid of water, so bath times can be a challenge.  She hasn't been tested around cats, but they may not appreciate her love of the chase.  Tina is also very selective of her canine friends, so it would be best to introduce her to any potential new siblings first. 

One thing's for sure: Tina's bright eyes and silly smile will warm your heart every time you see her. 

If you're interested in meeting Tina, please contact Cathy at 801-359-5599 or cathy@canineswithacause.com.

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