Adopted: Blue Belle


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Quick Facts:

  • Breed: Cocker Spaniel/Poodle mix
  • Gender: Female, spayed
  • Age: 7 months old
  • Size: 10 pounds
  • Good with…
    • Dogs? Yes!
    • Cats? Yes!
    • Kids? ?

***Blue Belle is not a CDR dog and has not been evaluated by CDR. Willow’s Wings Animal Sanctuary and Rescue will make all decisions regarding her adoption.***

Hi, my name is BlueBelle, and I am a sweet, friendly, active, playful little puppy! I am 7 months old, I weigh 10 pounds, and am a spayed female Cockapoo (Cocker Spaniel/Poodle mix).

History

I was surrendered to Willow’s Wings Animal Sanctuary by my owner because I am deaf. I guess she/he didn’t know that there are lots of ways to communicate well with a deaf dog, like learning to use hand signals, touch signals, and using a little vibrating collar thingee (not a shock, a vibration!) that can get my attention. Good dog trainers can teach you a lot about how to communicate beautifully with a deaf dog!

I am an active, playful little girl who loves everyone and every thing! I love to run around, I love to play with toys, I love to explore things, and I love your attention! I am sweet sweet sweet and friendly friendly friendly! But I’m so young and energetic, I am not much for cuddling or snuggling or sitting on your lap. Maybe when I’m a much older girl, but for now, I’m all about…”Let’s go for walks (I am fine on leash)!” “Let’s play with toys!” “Let’s explore the yard!” “Let’s adventure together!” Let’s do stuff!”

I have an adorable voice, and use it (“bark-bark-bark!”) especially if I am bored and want to get your attention. Deaf dogs often bark fairly loudly, and I am no exception, but keep in mind that I am only a little 10-pounder, so not really so bad.

I would LOVE (and honestly need) to be adopted into a home with another playful, young dog. I’ve got so much spunk and energy and playfulness in me, having another young dog is kind of necessary unless you want your full-time job to be entertaining and playing with me!

Summary

If you are interested in learning more about me, or in adopting me, please fill out an online adoption application at Willow’s Wings Animal Sanctuary and Rescue.

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