Featured Dog: Polly – ADOPTED!


Meet Polly, a very sweet 4-5 years old cattledog mix who loves to be near you!


She is still a little unsure of new surroundings, and is currently in foster care to improve her confidence.


However, Polly really loves people, and will sit on your lap for a long time as long as you allow her. I suspect she is/will be a snuggler of the best kind.


Or maybe she’ll be one of those solar dogs. You know, the kind you have to attach solar cells because they like to lie down in the sunshine quite often…


Polly is also very food motivated and can be easily trained, given her high desire to please. Mostly, she just needs a nice, kind home full of love and affection. Oh, and lots of sunshine and laps.


She walks nicely and gets along with other dogs- a nicely confident but calm dog would be an ideal companion for her.


If you are looking for an older, calmer dog, please consider Polly. She’s truly a gentle soul who will be a loyal companion.



Polly is currently in foster care. For more information on Polly or inquiries about seeing her, please contact doginfo@apsofdurham.org or leave a comment below.


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5 Responses to Featured Dog: Polly – ADOPTED!

  1. Julia Love says:

    We are fostering Polly and she’s a great dog. Completely housebroken, fun personality, loves every person and every animal (our elderly female dog, our 2 cats, any dog she meets on the street). Polly is laid back and adorable!

  2. Nicole says:

    How does she do when left at home for short periods of time?

  3. Bridget says:

    What about children? Was she in contact with any?

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