A lovely dog named "Harriet," lost her home when her guardian fell on incredibly hard times. Harriet was one of several dogs who belonged to the man - those dogs have since found new families, but Harriet is still waiting.
Though Harriet is described as friendly with "everything," from adults, to children and other dogs, she remains in a Dallas/Fort Worth-area boarding kennel because a foster home has not been found. Boarding kennels are fine for short periods of time, but for a friendly, social dog like Harriet, the extended length of time in boarding is taking a toll.
Harriet is a good girl who is suffering through no fault of her own - her guardian lost his home, and she lost her family. Please take a moment to network Harriet's information.
- Location - Dallas/Ft. Worth (Texas)
- Fully vetted
- Good with other dogs/cats
- Facebook page here
- Contact for offers to adopt/foster or inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Available through Rockwall Animal Rescue
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