Meet Reba, ARPH #14502! This sweet 6 year old found herself with ARPH after the loss of her owner when other family members were unable to care for her. If that wasn’t bad enough, Reba suffers from epilepsy, which fortunately is controlled by medication costing around $30 monthly. She is on the moderate end of the energy scale, although that may change when she loses some weight. Reba is a little pudgy at 58 pounds, but her foster home has started her on the road to a healthier weight. She loves going for walks and playing ball in the yard, although she needs a little guidance in how to bring it back again. She is always willing to play but also settles down nicely once playtime is over. She is housebroken, crate-trained, rides well in the car, and is learning to walk nicely on leash. Reba does have a tendency to guard some resources so will need an experienced owner. A traditionally fenced yard is a must; no electronic or invisible fences will be considered.
Reba is very willing to meet new people and is very happy to sit and be petted for as long as her new friend wants to! She’s never lived with other dogs, cats, or children, so an adult-only home with no other pets would be best for her. She loves stuffies and will shake and toss them around.
If you are looking for a sweet, quiet companion, Reba may be your girl. She is fostered in southeast PA. If you have an approved adoption application contact Kay.
Click the link above to see Reba playing fetch 🐶🎾
Click the link above to see Reba playing indoors! 🐶🏠
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