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Available Dogs - Scully


Hi everybody! My name is Scully.  I am looking for a family that can’t wait to get some puppy love and kisses! I think I’m gonna end up being a big girl based on how much I’m already growing. I love playing with my foster sister and taking walks with my foster parents! I’m still learning how to not pull on the lead and I think I’m starting to get the hang of things. I can also do this funny trick where I pounce for a tennis ball, like a cat. Just wait until you see me in action! I do very well in my crate if you give me a treat to go in.  I sure love treats!

I’m still learning to be potty trained by the way! I have had a few accidents in my foster parents home but I’m improving every day and haven’t had any accidents for the past few days!

My foster sister is so great with me. She taught me how to play tug o war and just have fun! Sometimes I get so excited that I just want to be right in front of her and I can forget that even doggies need personal space.  Maybe a dog who’s patient with playful puppies would be a good thing.

I would love a family that is patient and has the time to train me because I am already a good puppy in many ways!


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Four months


32 pounds

Health status:   Great!

Major personality traits:  

Playful, sweet, and energetic little counter surfer. 

Interaction with dogs:  


Interaction with cats:  


Child requirements:   Most likely a home with a kid ages 10+ as she is learning not to be in people’s faces to lick and nibble.

Fence requirements:   None

General activity level:  

High - daily walks and playtime, does very well with another dog in home to help burn some of the puppy energy.

Work schedule best suited for:  

She is still a puppy who is learning potty training, so as long as she is let out every 4-5 hours she will do great! 

Leash manners:   A work in progress.

Degree of training needed:  

Potty training continuation, basic commands (very good at sit, is also learning how to wait for her food and is doing very well with that).

  • Scully has a bone
    Scully has a bone
  • Scully
  • Scully says any chair will do
    Scully says any chair will do
  • Scully likes the couch
    Scully likes the couch
  • Scully is an acrobat
    Scully is an acrobat
  • Scully likes a belly rub
    Scully likes a belly rub