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  • Gender: Female. Spayed.
  • Age: Born on Dec 1, 2021.
  • Weight: 36lb / 16kg
  • Breed: Formosan Mountain Dog / Mix
  • Dogs: Good with dog
  • Cats: Good with cat
  • Kids: Good with kid
  • Housebroken: Pee pad trained
  • Crate: Ok in kennel
  • Leash: Good on leash

Debbie’s Rescue Story
Debbie, Diana and Dolly (adopted) were found by the rescuer in the big drain in the countryside one night. She didn’t know how long the three puppies had fallen. They were wet and covered with stinky mud. They looked so helpless. They were running in the ditch and mud while crying. Because it was winter and the weather was very cold, the rescuer was afraid that they would freeze to death there. Also, she was also afraid that the water would rise and wash them away. Then, rescuer first posted a short article to the local community on Facebook for help. Later, some residents who lived nearby came to help rescue because they saw SOS article from Facebook.
After an hour, it was almost 10pm. The three puppies were successfully brought up to a safe place, but the rescuer and enthusiastic residents were unable to bring them home for resettlement. So, they started to call and send messages to private dog shelters to ask for help with placement. Eventually, the rescuer contacted the private dog shelter that was willing to come to rescue. At 11:30 p.m., the person in charge of the dog shelter arrived at the scene. She promised to take three puppies back to her shelter. The rescuer’s mind was in a mess, and it was very late. At that time, she thought that it was the best thing for someone to be willing to rescue immediately. But the rescuer didn’t expect it to be a wrong decision.
During the following period, the rescuer continued to pay the resettlement fee to the person in charge and kept asking about the condition of the puppies. She found this private animal shelter that took in too many dogs but severely lacked the necessary people power and financial resources to keep dogs in a safe and secured situation. The 3D girls, Debbie, Diana and Dolly(adopted) were not well cared for in this private animal shelter, either. Seeing three girls’ poor condition, the rescuer was very upset, and kept this matter on her mind. Also, she confirmed that three girls had not been spayed at all. She talked to the person in charge that she wanted to bring the puppies out to spay. The rescuer then succeeded in taking the three puppies out of the improper shelter.
Then three siblings successfully entered the foster family to prepare for adoption abroad. The Rescuer then took three girls to the animal hospital for a health check-up. Luckily, they were all in good health and had passed the blood test.

About Debbie
Debbie is an adorable, slightly shy and gentle girl. She is a medium-sized dog with a small face and round eyes. Although she is 2 years old, she has a baby face and looks quite cute.
She gets a bit alarmed and would dodge people when a stranger approaches her or tries to pet her. But as long as she is lying down, she can let strangers approach her and pet her. So, if people want to interact with her at the beginning, it is recommended to let Debbie lie down first. She will be much more at ease.
Debbie gets along well with other dog companions in the foster home. But she doesn’t like to be disturbed by other dogs when she is resting quietly. If other dogs continue to disturb her rest in this situation, she will get up and bark at the dog a few times to express her displeasure. Debbie is a highly obedient dog. Even if she was picked up by a strange man, she would not break free. It should be noted that she doesn’t like the loud noise outside. She doesn’t like to walk on the road with a lot of crowds and cars. When she starts to be nervous, she will not run around to break free from the leash, but she will lie down where she feels safer and comfortable. But if it is a quiet place where not many cars pass by, she can walk well and easily on leash. She also likes to go to the pet park to run and play and she can get along well with other dogs in the park. But on one situation, she would not want to enter the pet park. If there are too many people in the park, she won’t want to go in to play with dogs. In this situation, the foster mother did not force her to enter the pet park, but took her for a walk outside the park. Hope that the family that can adopt her in the future can be in the countryside or a quieter residential area. It will be the best thing if there is a yard that allows little girl to run and play. She is a steady and independent girl who is not rude to play with other dogs. So, she can definitely play the role of a gentle companion at home.
Debbie is both indoor and outdoor potty trained, both on artificial turf indoor and also knows how to do her business outside. She does not show food or resource guarding behaviors toward human or dogs. Debbie does well bathing but is not a fan of nail cutting. Foster mom slowly guided her to trim her nails in a gentle and patient way. She can cooperate.
Debbie is such a cute, sweet and obedient girl. She is still a little shy but she is getting more confident by the day. We hope that she will soon find her forever home and become a member of the family. If you are interested in this sweet girl, feel free to contact us for more information or simply fill out the adoption form on our website.