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    1 week ago

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    I am reaching out to you to see if you or someone you work with would be willing to take our family dog and find a good home for her or keep her indefinitely. Her name is Bella and she is a 7-8 year old Belgian Malinois mix with severe separation anxiety issues. Over the last two months, she has damaged our home inside and out. Interestingly, when we are with her, she is a very loving affectionate, non barking, not biting dog. We are aware of what triggered this but have not solved how to get past it. In early October our smoke alarm batteries began chipping for low battery. The chirping for three hours straight, I am convinced, really scared and mentally harmed Bella as she tried to "escape" from inside our home, taking out four sets of window blinds and damaging the back entrance door to our home. While put outside a few days ago while we went to lunch, she seriously damage the wood on the back door of our house. We are at a point where it would be best if Bella could find a stable nurturing home where companionship, even if simply being in elsewhere in the home (so she knows someone is there) would be the best place for her. We cannot accommodate that due to our work schedules. We are trying medication right now to see if it qualms her anxiety but it seems like a short term solution. Some important info about Bella:

    She is spayed, house broken, micro-chipped, current on all shots, including influenza, and just under 50 pounds. She is an indoor dog but has stayed outdoors during the day in the past. She is great with children and other dogs. She is gentle when given a treat or when eating. She would do best in a home where someone was present at all times such as a senior, retiree or someone with land/farm as noted above.

    I want to be as transparent as possible about her and the care she needs. She is a wonderful dog and just wants lots of love and people around. It is incredibly emotional for us to be in the situation, but we have to do what is best for Bella.

    I hope this is helpful information and helps paint a good picture of our dog. If you have any questions, please call me directly at 916-698-6378 Thank you for your time.
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    She's precious Shared in Epworth Georgia

    Shared with lots of love!

    Location?

    Why don’t you call a behaviorist?

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    Precious angel doggie 🐶

    ❤️🐶

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