• AARCS ID# A40799535
  • Female
  • Breed: Collie, Rough/Mixed
  • Dog
  • Est. DOB: 2/24/2015
  • Size: Medium
  • located in Calgary


    This animal is currently an Animal in Care with AARCS and is not available for adoption at this time. Please note that applications will NOT be accepted for this animal until they are posted as available on our Adoptable Animals page. Our website is updated daily so please keep checking back on their progress and availability. Thank you for choosing to rescue!

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    Domino – a sweet quiet girl looking for a loving home.

    Domino is a sweet, loving girl that was quite fearful when she came into our care. It took her awhile to open up and start to trust us. Slowly day by day she opened up, learned how to play with our resident dogs, started playing with toys and eventually letting us pet her without cowering. She is a fearful girl but when she opens up she is absolutely adorable. She loves to run around in the yard with our dogs, lying on a warm patio, loves stuffed toys, loves her soft blanket for night time and best of all her rubber pig that oinks. She is so quite and never barks. Right now she is working on walking on a leash with a harness and she is still pretty scared so she will need a family that will have patients with her and go very slow. Sometimes we make it as far as the gate and we have to come back but sometimes she is really brave and takes a few steps out and that’s about it. This girl is so sweet and so deserving of a loving family.

    • AARCS_cat
      Good with Cats?
      Not tested with Cats
    • AARCS_dog
      Good with Dogs?
      Good with dogs with proper intros
    • AARCS_KidTested
      Good with Kids?
      Older kids are better with her as she is quite fearful
    • AARCS_SpecialNeeds
      Does this Animal have Special Needs?
      Yes, Behavioral Needs

      Domino has food allergies and is on RC hypoallergenic kibble. She is a fearful girl that needs a calm quite home, someone who is breed savvy and will have patience to help her open up on her own terms.