Magnolia

People have loved magnolias for thousands of years​. Because of its resistance, magnolia flowers tend to live for many years. This is why one of the symbols that magnolias represents is endurance. Magnolias are not delicate flowers, even though they may seem like they are. 

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Some of the dogs in our program are adopted before we get to know them. Some stay longer but require several weeks to show their character. Some dogs receive additional evaluations and training by professionals if needed.

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Background Info:

 

Unknown or info coming soon

Adoption Fee: $ 200
Breed: Ambull/Pit mix
Sex: Female
Age: 1-3 yo
Weight: 55-65 lbs

Health Condition:

Magnolia is healthy and ready for adoption.

Physical Description:  

Mostly white with some patches and black dots. Maggie is medium size - athletic and very well proportioned. She has the prettiest face with a soft expression and endearing eyes. 

 

Current Living Situation:  

Maggie is currently living-it up at MPR shelter. Though we can't be sure, we believe she was an unloved and neglected outside dog before. Being welcomed inside seems new to her and she is still unsure about her surroundings. She loves being at the shelter though. She is calm and well behaved in her kennel but too insecure to use her doggy-door yet. We're working on it. She doesn't cause any problems. Maggie is quiet and and keeps her area neat and tidy. 

 

Personality:   

Very docile and loving when inside, but playful and occasionally a little ornery when outside. There seems to be two sides to Magnolia, which adds to her charm. She is very affectionate and cuddly, but her happy and playful spirit should not be underestimated. 

Behavior with people: 

She loves people, although she can be a little unsure at times. She warms up super fast though and can even be a little clingy with her need for attention. Maggie is learning that she will never be deprived of love again and she seems reassured by the good care she is receiving with us. 

 

Behavior with children:  

Unknown. While she's a real sweetheart, she might not have had a chance to learn proper social manners with little ones. She can be a little mouthy when excited. She is a work in progress and very receptive to learning, but as of now, we believe she would do better in a home with adults only, or at least older kids that are mature enough to provide a dog with leadership, structure, and positive interactions. 

 

Behavior with other dogs:  

Unknown. At the shelter she seems indifferent to the dogs around her, but she has not been officially introduced since being with us. 

 

Behavior with other animals:  

Unknown

Training: 

Maggie is still very green but seems interested in learning more about life. She's receptive, but a little clueless about house manners at the moment. She did learn quickly that couches make comfortable cuddle stations, ha! Housebreaking is in progress, though she keeps her inside kennel clean. 

This sweetheart of a dog has so much potential. While she might not have had a good life prior to her rescue, she was gifted with a very lovely disposition, a fun-loving personality, and an exquisite appearance. 

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