Howl Of A Dog rescued a dog who was abandoned and hoped that someone would adopt her. But unfortunately she has been overlooked time and time again by potential adoptive families all because of one tiny thing that sets her apart from the rest.
Lizzie was born with an under-bite, which means her lower jaw and teeth are further forward than the upper ones. It does not cause her and pain or discomfort and is only an esthetic issue. But this difference actually makes her unique!
Lizzie has been at their shelter for almost a year, but no one has expressed much interest in her. It is a shame because she is such a great and friendly dog and loves everyone that she comes in contact with. People are truly missing out!
She has made many doggy friends at the shelter, and has watched every single one of them get adopted. But sadly, that time has not come for her yet.
Lizzie is around a year old, weighs 50 pounds, and is fully vaccinated, spayed and microchipped. She has a very sweet temperament and would fit well in any family. Although she is in Romania, the shelter will adopt out to the United States, Canada, and Europe.
If you’re interested in giving sweet Lizzie the loving forever home that she deserves and has been waiting for, email: email@example.com. And click here to learn more about Howl Of A Dog’s adoption process.
Sadly, there are many dogs like Lizzie who are stuck in shelters and often overlooked. Usually it’s harder for older dogs to find homes, but Lizzie is only one-year-old! Her under-bite makes her unique and is a cute feature that hopefully one family will grow to love!
Growing up, Ashley always had a passion for writing. After receiving her Bachelor's in Journalism from Stony Brook University, she now uses that passion to write about the thing she loves most in this world: animals! When she isn't writing, you can find her curled up on the couch with a kindle in her hands and her Guinea Pigs on her lap.
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