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Lilith

Gender: Female
Breed: Bull Dog
Secondary Breed: Mix
Status: Adoptable

A PEOPLE LOVING GIRL:  3 years old / 29 lbs.  Mostly Mutts adoption facility is open Mon-Sat. 11-4pm.  Some of us are in foster homes so please call 770-272-6888 1st to find out if I’m available to meet during the week.  You’ll likely notice that my left eye is missing, I don’t remember how that happened, but the vet says it looks like it was some sort of trauma.  Thankfully I get around nicely with just one eye.  I love to be rubbed and petted and I love all the attention I’m getting! I would love to cuddle on the couch with you, and I consider myself to be a lap dog. Toys are fun too and I’d like the tough type as I can easily tear up the flimsy ones and I should not ever have squeaky toys as I’m way too possessive of them.  Hard bones will be a must for me.  I’m reactive to other dogs when we meet and shouldn’t live with them, but I do well when I pass them on walks.  I don’t care for cats so let’s not go there.  I’m enrolled in the Mostly Mutts University training program.  So far, I’ve mastered ‘sit’, ‘stay’, ‘come’, and ‘go to place’.  When I was rescued my front legs had some muscle weakness or carpal tunnel, either from being confined to a very small space for long periods of time, or a previous accident/injury.  The vet doesn’t feel that surgery is needed at this time and after a few months with MM’s, my strength is good now and I love to run and play!  I’ll just need a large crate in my new home, so I can stretch out. New things tend to scare me (new places/people/sounds), so I’ll need some time to settle into my new home. I’ll likely be a little skittish at first, but just be patient with me. It also scares me when big or loud trucks drive by, so let’s walk on less busy, quieter roads.  I’m not a huge fan of walking on the leash in general, so having a fenced-in yard will be a necessity, and it will also help me with my potty training and give me room to run and play since I have a higher energy level.  Speaking of my potty training, I have been doing pretty well in my foster home, with some accidents, and I will likely need a refresher in my new home. I can hold it for a full workday if I’m in my large crate, but when I’m loose around the house I need to go out every 2-3 hours as it seems I don’t fully empty my bladder.  I’ve been a good house guest and haven’t tried to chew up anything I shouldn't (ok there was a pair of socks, but that’s it!). I’m a little goofball when I get excited, and I’ll run zoomies around the house bumping into things along the way. I’m also very interested in the tv and my reflection in the mirror—so funny! I’m quiet in my crate at night, though I would love to snuggle up in bed with my people, if possible.  I love to go on car rides, and I’m happy to join you on errands where we don’t have to get out of the car (once we get out of the car my nervousness regarding new surroundings kicks in). Energy level: 6-8. I met a nice 10-year-old boy at the shelter and did well with him, and I was very loving with the two girls (ages 11 and 13) in one of my temp. foster homes, so a home with kids around that age should be ok for me. No young children, though, due to my not liking other animals and squeaky toy possessiveness and rambunctious play.  I'm current on vaccinations, micro-chipped, spayed, and my adoption fee is $299.00 which also includes an engraved name tag, Martingale collar and leash.

 

Our Mission

The mission of Mostly Mutts Animal Rescue and Adoption, Inc. is to work closely with animal control officers and other rescue organization to reduce the number of animals entering into and being euthanized at local shelters.  Mostly Mutts provides housing, health care, training, physical and emotional care to adoptable animals, while we work toward finding them a loving home.  Mostly Mutts is also involved in the community with education and awareness programs.