Adoption pending! No more applications accepted at this time.
This girl is the sweetest little Cookie Monster you will ever meet. She is super loving and snuggly and just wants to follow you wherever you go. She’ll curl up next to you on the couch or on a little bed while you are working. She loves to get belly rubs and will beg you for them by beckoning you with her two little front paws. It’s the cutest thing you’ve ever seen.
This little Cookie seems to be housetrained; she definitely knows how to use a doggie door. Cookie is also a perfect bedtime companion if you enjoy having your pup sleep with you. She’ll find the perfect spot and curl up and you won’t hear another thing from her all night, well other than the cutest little snoring coming from her little nose. Cookie is also crate trained and likes to go in there for little naps during the day. She’ll be happy to hang out in there if you’d prefer, but so far she seems trustable when left out to roam free when no one is home.
Cookie is super laid back. She gets the most excited when you come home and she wiggles around to greet you. She isn’t a big jumper so you don’t have to worry about scratches on your legs. However, she is springy enough to jump up on your couch to binge some reality TV.
Cookie seems to do well around children but doesn’t seem to be too interested in playing with kids or toys, she’d rather you just pet her until she feels it’s been enough and goes to curl up very content and happy. She can also be a little bit of a spicey Cookie when meeting other dogs but once she’s been around them for a while she gets along just fine. She’d be perfect in a house or apartment and would love it if you work from home or can take her to work with you.
Cookie’s adoption fee of $350.00 includes her vet exam, age-appropriate vaccinations, worming, monthly heartworm prevention, flea treatment, spay, and microchip.
If you live in the Austin area and are interested in adopting, please fill out an application.
Please be aware that we rarely have information on our dogs being good with cats as most of our foster homes don’t have them.
Adoption decisions are based on the best overall match and not done on a first-come-first-serve basis.