Meet India, a super-affectionate little sweetie with a big personality who LifeLine Animal Project pulled from Fulton County Animal Services. This one-year-old girl is petite, weighing only 26 lbs, and loves to give hugs and kisses. She loves people and gets along well with male dogs and larger females too. India is also smart and can sit, stay, come and walk on a leash.
India’s favorite activities include playing in the yard, riding in the car and going for walks. Her speed and agility would make her an awesome Frisbee dog, but at the end of the day, there is nothing India likes better than snuggling with someone she loves on the sofa. She gets along well with male dogs and larger females.
Although she’s loving life in her foster home, her foster mom can’t keep her much longer, so it’s time for India to have a family of her own. If you’re interested in meeting this amazing girl, please contact Rod at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Founded in 2002, LifeLine Animal Project helps prevent unwanted pet litters through low-cost spay/neuter, helps make pet care affordable through low-cost and free vaccine clinics, saves the lives of special needs shelter animals through our rehabilitation facility, and saves feral cats through our trap-neuter-return program. As the managing organization for Fulton County Animal Services and DeKalb County Animal Services, LifeLine is making Atlanta a lifesaving community. For more information, please visit www.lifelineanimal.org.