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Adopt Panda

Female Young Australian Shepherd / Border Collie

If you have questions about Panda please contact

Final Frontier Rescue Project

No public phone number listed

About Panda

Panda is 3 years old, and she's a very intelligent, high energy girl who seems to have had some traumatic experiences. Panda loves a few people and is very distrustful of everyone else. She's more likely to trust women and not trust men. Once she loves you, you will be her friend forever. The one time we've seen Panda drop her guard around new people was when she was doing an "instinct trial" with sheep. She shows interest and talent in working sheep, and we would love to find her a home with women farmers/ranchers where she can learn to help with the livestock. Panda needs a job!

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Details

Name
Panda
Age
Young
Gender
Female
Size
Medium
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
NO
Housetrained
YES
Hypoallergenic
Not Sure
Spayed / Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
YES
Ok with cats
NO
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Bella

American Staffordshire Terrier

Bella was dumped. Now she is being fostered by someone who witnessed the outdoor part of her growth from tiny puppy to abandoned adolesc... show more

Bella was dumped. Now she is being fostered by someone who witnessed the outdoor part of her growth from tiny puppy to abandoned adolescent. Bella's foster says: "In the first three days, we saw a terrified little girl that still has hope and and trust in humans, even though she was failed originally. She didn’t even know what a simple dog toy was. Most likely never had a collar around her neck and most definitely never walked or been on a leash. She knew she was safe from being all alone in a field across from a cemetery, waiting for someone to come back. A once happily loved pup, she became a moving ornament that barked in the backyard out of loneliness and sadness. I see that sadness and disappointment in her eyes even with the happiness of all the love and care we give her to trust even more that her life will not be as it once was. I have held off on sweeping the inside of the house after seeing Bella cower with her tail tucked so tight when my husband went to sweep the hay off the back porch as she sat at my feet. He saw it the same time I did, immediately he stopped. Bella was shaking so terrified. He got down on the patio floor and picked her up into his lap just to hold her reassuring her it’s going to be alright. My heart broke. Was she beaten with a broom? We suspect it. Or has she never seen a broom, cause the amount filth the owner was cleaning and repairing in the house she once lived in. If she was beaten... How can people be so damn cruel to an innocent animal?" Bella is now safe. She needs spay surgery, vaccine boosters, and heartworm treatment. She is among the lucky dogs who are rescued instead of living their entire short lives in a yard, on a chain, or on the streets. Bella is friendly with people and other dogs. She has a foster but if you are interested in adopting Bella, you could foster-to-adopt. show less