Hari is doing great in her foster home. She is loving her walks with her foster mom. Hari will be spayed in two weeks and ready for her forever home. She is crate trained and housebroken. Hari is a lucky girl to have been saved from an overcrowded shelter.
Hari has been transported to her new foster home in Rhode Island. She is getting settled in and will be brought up to date soon on all vet care. We will post more about Hari as her foster mom gets to know her better.
Hari ended up in an overfull, high kill city shelter in Pennsylvania. She is 7 years old and has been with two different homes. She made both of them money as they forced her to breed. Hari gave them some of the best days of her life and then was just thrown away when they no longer had time for her. Hari has lived with small dogs. Her previous home reported Hari always wanted to play, but they wouldn’t let her because she was much bigger. They also indicated that Hari makes friends quickly with everyone she meets. She loves belly rubs and getting attention from people. Hari is looking for a foster or forever home.