Andie - in Maine -PENDING
This adorably sweet girl was found on a southern highway up against the concrete wall - her rescue scene was right out of a TV episode! A rep for Tractor Supply stopped to pick her up. Then the local store called our rescue partners. She has been named Andie and she is a 4 month old (as of mid-sept) Great Pyrenees mix and already weighs about 30 lbs. Her skin was scraped up on her chin, chest, and paws. The vet checked her
over and said she wasn't hit by a car but it appeared she was either thrown from a car or fell out of the back of a truck. Since noone ever claimed her, once again we have to believe the worst about
humans. She is a great girl, not a barker at all and gets along with all the dogs in her foster home. She sleeps in her kennel at night and goes to the door when she has to go out. She will play by herself or with the other dogs, she doesn't mind at all.
Andie got the nickname, "pigpen" because if there is a water or mud puddle she is going to play in it.
To apply for Andie or any of our sweeties, please see the application here
Please note: we do not have a physical location where the dogs are housed. They are all taken care of in foster homes throughout New England. It is our expectation that, once approved, potential adopters will meet the dog(s) in their foster setting where they are feeling safe and loved.