Meet Beejee

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Sex: Female
Age: 2 yrs old (approx.)
Breed: Jack Russel Mix (White)
Weight: 15 lbs
Available: No longer available because 

♡ I’VE BEEN ADOPTED ♡

Beejee’s a sweet, high energy, playful girl who loves to hug you and makes funny sounds when wrestling around and playing. She’s also extremely smart and obeys basic commands. Is very food motivated, easy to train. Beejee is spayed, up to date on shots, micro chipped, house trained. Beejee does get along with certain dogs but isn’t good with all other dogs so a home where she can be an “only dog” might be ideal for her.

Beejee was rescued from the shelter with her cell mate Mya who were both dumped by their owners on Christmas sick with sick with URI’s and Kennel Cough but will have been spayed and now completely recovered, ready and hoping for a loving family to adopt. She may not be strikingly beautiful, but between her soft eyes, heart shaped nose and big ears that stick straight out, her adorable pudgy little arms, long body, playful sweet nature and funny sounds she makes like a monkey when she’s playing and laughing… yes laughing, she is one of my very favorites. Dogs do laugh, and this dog laughs alot! Making the funniest noises I’ve ever heard come from a dog! Her laugh sounds like a a monkey or a snorting piggy and her antics are just a constant source of amusement for us. She’s sweet and cuddly too, and LOVES to snuggle under the blankets with her favorite human ♥. Beejee is very playful and has LOTS of energy. Beejee LOVES to fetch the ball and go for long walks and play “Rawr Rawr”, which is a hilarious game we play where we playfully growl at each other while wrestling around on the ground – it scares the crap out of my little girly dogs! But as playful and energetic as is, she’s also very very loving and affectionate – and I’ve never been hugged by a dog like she hugs, she reaches up and actually hugs with her whole body and is just the sweetest girl. She’s really the PERFECT dog, the only drawback about her is she’s dominant so she doesn’t get along with other dogs who aren’t very submissive so for this reason I feel she’d be happiest as an “only dog” or she may need help with that issue – but she’s also a VERY smart dog, and with her intense desire to please and her accelerated learning ability she’ll be easy to train. Beejee deserves a chance at a loving home, she’s a special and great girl and very special to her foster mom, who has a special place in her heart for her. Please give Beejee a chance ♥ and because she’s such a great dog you’ll be so glad you did.
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Video of them both getting out of the shelter Jan 9, 2012!!
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=298362566876898&set=vb.100001094725873&type=2&theater

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About Bambi's Hope Rescue

Bambi’s Hope Rescue is an all breed dog and cat rescue. We rescue from local shelters that are high volume, high kill, strays and animals living in inadequate or abusive living conditions and provide them with permanent, suitable loving homes while making every effort to spread awareness about the injustices of animal experimentation as well as pet stores and puppy mills along the way. We operate without a physical facility or paid staff. We are a privately-funded organization comprised of dedicated rescuers, volunteers and foster homes. All financing comes from our own pockets, as well as contributions from fellow dog lovers. Without your support we could no longer rescue. Our rescue animals stay in approved foster homes until a suitable adoptive home is found. We use a detailed application and interview process in an effort to make the best match between the animal and an adoptive home. If for some reason the adoptive animal does not work out in their new home, it is required that our animals be returned to us so that we can place them back with their dedicated foster parents to ensure they will never wind up abandoned or in the shelter system.
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