Maggie would make a good reporter for TMZ, she is always on the look out for things that are happening and people doing fun stuff. She loves to be on the go and loves people and kids more than anything in life. She is a great student and is working with BRLA volunteers on good leash manners. She is a small girl and a very perky little thing. She is such a determined little lady, kind of like the little engine that could. She has those funny ears that you can’t tell if they are cropped or floppy or a combination of both. She has loads of personality and loads of love to share. Maggie is one fun little girl.
Like most dogs at BRLA the kennel environment can cause them to react due to stress. Maggie is spending time a foster home and is a dream on walks not caring if she sees other dogs. She is housebroken, will sleep quietly in a crate and does just fine on her own in dog beds too.She is doing great with resident male and female boxer in foster home too. Maggie is the perfect little house dog.
Maggie had a mammary tumor removed March 2011. She waited to go home but with the stress of kennel life Feb. 2012 the mass returned and there was a cancer scare. Great news as radiographs and thorough ultrasounds show no signs on cancer. She had a mastectomy and is joining the ranks of thousands of women who are breast cancer survivors. She is ready to go home with all the new social skills she has learned in her foster home. . She is full of life and love, eats like a horse and snores like a truck driver. All Maggie needs is a home of her own
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