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Posted February 2022

This little lady is 6-7 months old and is looking for forever love. She is doing great in her southern foster home and loves everyone. She is 34 lbs so she will be a great medium size cutie. Her foster mom says, “Cedar very much prefers cozy house dog life to being a pup on the run! She is very playful and having a great time with our two Great Danes and our bully mix babes. She goes and sleeps in her crate with the door open and she is learning not to mount other dogs. Cedar is a smart, affectionate, excited bundle of energy.Her whole happy body wags and she loves people.” 

Cedar might be a tiny bit shy in new situations at first but with her trusted people by her side she learns to “un-velcro” herself from her trusted human and venture out of her shell. She warms up quickly! The vet staff love her, as does every person who meets her.


Cedar was found at an abandoned hunting camp and has some scars from her life on her own. She is nervous around mops/brooms/vacuums etc. In spite of all that she is the happiest, wiggliest girl ever!


Cedar is crate-trained and house-trained but does benefit from a consistent schedule.  If she is in her crate, especially when eating, she may react to the dogs or cats in the home if they approach her crate.


Cedar is living with 7 dogs and gets along with everyone, but her energy is very high. If a dog doesn’t appreciate that she might get told to cut it out but she is respectful and not reactive; she just wants to play and will jump on them which is too much for some. She lives with 3 very dog-savvy cats and is very interested in them. She would chase if given the opportunity or unsupervised time, so if she might have feline siblings they would have to be dog-savvy and have a family who would provide good leadership and training regarding the kitties.


Along with that energy level, Cedar is a prolific chewer; she has treat puzzles and tons of toys so that she can keep herself busy. Cedar likes human kiddos but might be a little too much for very small ones. School-age kids who could keep her busy would be a welcome addition, but she would also do great with an active person or couple.

If you have interest in meeting Cedar or any of our cuties, please fill out the adoption application. 

Please note: we do not have a physical facility where the dogs are housed; they are cared for in our wonderful foster network throughout New England. It is our expectation that, once approved, a family will meet the dog(s) in the foster setting where they are feeling safe and loved. 




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