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  • Gender: Female
  • Age: Born on July 15, 2022.
  • Weight: 26lbs
  • Breed: Hound Mix
  • Dogs: Good with dog
  • Cats: Good with cat
  • Kids: Good with kid
  • Housebroken: Trained
  • Crate: Ok in kennel
  • Leash: Good on leash

Ginny, a very sweet dog.  She currently is staying with a foster home in the SoCal Area.

🌻Meet Ginny
Ginny is a confident and playful pup. She enjoys performing her doggie breakdancing in the middle of her daily walkies or whenever she feels like. She’s perfectly fine being with other dogs as she grew up with her 5 other siblings. However, upon hearing large dogs’ barking, she might become nervous and anxious. The good thing is that she adjusts to a new environment quickly after a proper introduction. She loves cuddles and being around her human. She rides VERY WELL in a car, and she takes treats gently from hands.
Ginny would immediately open up to women, including little girls. But she might turn shy or anxious around men. It may take a few instances of being in the same room (with or without any contact) before she becomes comfortable with the man. However, treats are always a good idea to start. She’s more than willing to befriend anyone with treats immediately. Ginny is crate-trained and housebroken, potty trained both on pee pads and outside. Little Ginny is now looking for a loving home and for a chance to shower you with much love and joy!

🌻Ginny’s Rescue Story
Ginny and her 5 siblings, along with their mom, Gina the Hound, were abandoned in a remote mountain area where shelter, food and water are always difficult to find. They were destined to live a very hard life and would probably end up getting hurt or disappear suddenly. It’s still a mystery how malnourished Gina looked after her 6 baby pups at that time in such a deserted place. Luckily, a gentle elderly man spotted weak and skinny Gina and her baby pups. He didn’t know what to do so he reached out to us for help. We agreed to take them in but with this comes a huge responsibility and as well as the medical cost. It’s never easy to take in puppies as they have to be quarantined first and have lots of socialization from the beginning before they are ready for adoption.
From the street to a comfy bed at the foster with hot meals, the 6 “G” pups are all set to find their own homes and get all the love and care they deserve.

Please watch Ginny’s videos to learn more about her. If you are interested in this black beauty with big floppy ears, feel free to contact us for more information or simply fill out the adoption form on our website.