ARPH #13691

Lady is a sweet 6-year-old Red Tri with pricked ears. Before coming into ARPH, Lady and her owner's routine was to sit on the couch together, watch Westerns and eat Hamburgers. Lady enjoyed barking at the dogs on the shows and just being by her human. .

She didn't get much activity as her person was not feeling very well over the past year. So, Lady put on a few extra pounds and is weighing in at about 55 pounds right now.

Unfortunately, her owner died and Lady has been very sad. A neighbor promised her owner that she would make sure that Lady would be cared for. Lady went into boarding/daycare until arrangements could be made for us to take her into ARPH. She did fine with all the dogs there.


Now that she is in her foster home, it is obvious that Lady misses her person as she was thoroughly loved. However, she is becoming happier each day and loves hanging out with her foster family including the older resident dog named Bear.

Her coat is sun bleached but will darken with time. Foster mom says she is a super sweet girl who is house trained, knows to go to her place and loves to run in the yard. She has great recall, takes correction well, eager to please, treat driven, and knows a few basic commands.

Lady cat tested well but has not lived with cats nor kids. She has a laid back personality but gets super excited when her humans come home. She will bark when she initially meets someone at her foster home but then likes their attention. Right now she is shy in public places because it is all new to her. Lady has the typical velcro aussieness and wants to be right at your side.

Lady is looking for a home where she can safely run and play, have daily walks and be a companion with her human. Lady is being fostered in the Southern Indiana area.

If you are an approved ARPH adopter and interested in adopting Lady, please contact for further discussion. If you are interested in becoming an approved ARPH adopter, the first step is to submit an application.

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