Puppy Friday: Clover – ADOPTED!

Clover

Meet Clover, a 4 months old border collie mix. If she looks fluffy, it is because she is quite a fluffball! If you pick her up, you’ll be astonished that she feels as light as a cloud and that she is as soft as she looks.

Clover

Clover is a little timid, probably because she’s not sure what to expect from most people, but she warms up very nicely.

Clover

Especially if you let her sit on your lap and give her bellyrubs and hugs and lots of cuddles.

Clover

She also likes to give kisses from this position if you move your face close enough.

Clover

Aw, doesn’t she look content there?

Clover

Clover is also apparently a very demure and prim puppy. Look at how neat and compact her ‘sit’ is!  She’s food motivated, so she would be a very fun puppy to train.

Clover

And after a few minutes, Clover has a big smile on her face! She must’ve been feeling more confident.

Clover

I also couldn’t resist a photo of Clover laughing (actually yawning, but who knows?).

If you are interested in this sweet girl, please visit her in Kennel 17. For more infomation on Clover, contact doginfo@apsofdurham.org or leave a comment below.

 

 

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4 Responses to Puppy Friday: Clover – ADOPTED!

  1. Lisa Van Deman says:

    Hi There – I was in today to meet Clover and I was told there was already a deposit on her. Not sure why she’s being featured now – but if she’s now suddenly available again, my family and I will come in tomorrow morning to meet her!

  2. Pingback: Animal Protection Society of Durham » Blog Archive » CLOVER

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