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Emma has spent far too much of her life in a shelter at risk of being euthanized! She was found as a stray in October of 2010, adopted and then returned March of 2011 because her owner felt she was working too much to care for her. Buffalo Pugs stepped in to make sure this gal never saw the inside of a shelter again.
Emma’s foster mom just loves her. She is very sweet, ready and willing to cuddle and gives sweet kisses! She is a tad shy at first and it takes her a little time to become comfortable in a new home, but within a day, she is content to be part of the family. She is good with other dogs, and not too interested in cats. She likes the teenager in her foster home and we will child test her further with young children in the future as she becomes more comfortable in her foster home. She is doing well with her potty training and for the most part does all of her business outside. She will need some further work and reinforcement because she is not perfect, but doing great considering she is in a place that is strange to her! She also walks well on a leash and appears to know some basic obedience commands.
Emma likes to play with other dogs, even the big lab in her foster home! She rolls over on her back and takes the submissive role to the much larger lab girl. She has been yapping at the basset hound in her foster home and overall tends to be a bit vocal, so she is probably not suited for an apartment.
Emma needs to finally have a forever home of her own! Think you’d like to be Emma’s new mom or dad? Submit your adoption application today!
Emma is being fostered in Rochester.
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Emma's adoption donation is $225.00