This is Miss Mabel, and although she is a happy girl, she could use some holiday cheer.
Mabel has been in foster care for a few years and would love nothing more than her forever family to find her. In fact, we profiled her before, and we are profiling her again because she so deserves to find a loving home of her own.
She was surrendered to a local pound because her previous family decided they didn’t have time for her anymore. Rescued Tails Animal Sanctuary got her out of the shelter and into a foster home, and she has been thriving ever since.
Mabel is a a mix between an American Pit Bull Terrier and an American Bulldog, and she is about five years old. Her foster mom calls her a total sweetheart with a heart of gold.
She is crate trained and house broken, and she walks fairly well with a gentle leader. Of course, if she sees something she’d like to chase, she might pull you a bit. And although she knows some basic commands, a bit more obedience training wouldn’t do any harm. She wants to learn, she’s a great listener and she she wants to please her people.
Some of Mabel’s favorite things to do include chasing balls, chewing on her Nylabone and cuddling. And every day, she strives to be the best companion she can be.
Please keep sweet Mabel in mind if you or someone you know are looking to add a four-legged friend to the family. Bringing her into your home is a great way to start off 2017!
For more information and to arrange a time to meet Mabel, please contact Rescued Tails Animal Sanctuary.
About Rescued Tails Animal Sanctuary
Rescued Tails Animal Sanctuary is a non-profit, all volunteer organization dedicated to rescuing, caring for and placing homeless animals in loving homes. Some of the animals that come to Rescued Tails Animal Sanctuary are older, sick or have suffered from severe neglect or cruelty. Regardless, they value the life of each companion animal and provide a permanent safe haven for animals as needed. At the sanctuary they work to rehabilitate companion animals that need additional training and time and then attempt to place them in appropriate homes. Their sanctuary is located in Shell Lake, WI, and most of their foster homes are located in the Twin Cities Metro area. For more information, please check out their website.
About Pause 4 Paws
Pause 4 Paws raises funds for 18 animal rescue organizations that have little time to raise money on their own because they are in the trenches doing the difficult work, day and night. The focus of Pause 4 Paws is to help these organizations with their life-saving efforts. The individuals who work for the 18 organizations that Pause 4 Paws financially supports are tireless in their efforts to rescue animals by providing medical care and finding forever homes for dogs and cats in need. In 2012, these 18 organizations rescued over 5,500 dogs and cats, and they vaccinated, spayed and neutered an additional 5,300. That is almost 11,000 animals! For more information, please visit the Pause 4 Paws website.