FLORENCE – 31584
Safe - 6-29-2018 Manhattan
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FLORENCE – 31584
Intake Date : 6/17/18 Intake Type: Stray
Medical Behavior: Green Age: 8 years Sex: Female
Weight: -65.2 lbs
Medical exam pending
A Little Bit About Me…
A volunteer writes: Imagine coming home to Florence after a hectic day at work, being welcomed by a loving pooch longing to see you again like you had disappeared for a whole year. Florence is a gem so worth cherishing. Florence is a pretty and lovely tubby middle-aged dame, well dressed, so calm and collected in her kennel but lively outside, bright eyed and always smiling. She is a good little walker although getting a bit out of breath in the heat and slowed down by her weight. She is so obedient, sits on command and even hops with help on the bench for interminable cuddles. She loves treats (of course), jumps and sits for them. Other dogs, she is cool with them in the street or in playgroups. She does not respond to peers looking for trouble. Florence is much too wise for that. Florence is such a “feel good” dog bringing peace and warmth to my day at the care center. It never fails. I love her engaging face, her welcoming disposition, the way she makes the best of every opportunity to be happy. She is an epicurean pet! Florence is so often on my mind and we hope that once you adopt this special lady, she will always be on yours, too. Come and meet Florence at the Manhattan Care Center and take her home.
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