Meet Wonder Woman
The only information we were given by the rural county shelter from which we transferred Wonder Woman (aka Woo Woo) and her 7 siblings was that they were a mix of Jack Russell and who knows what else. Judging from her coloring and her already keen intellect, Wonder Woman might have some Border Collie blood in her but, short of DNA test, there's so way to know for sure. The pups were in pretty bad condition when they arrived at ACS on 7/10/18. After a few weeks of TLC, Wonder Woman is now ready to move on to the next exciting stage of her life - being a furry family member! In addition to being smart, Wonder Woman is also very friendly and loving. Although she is doing well on paper-training, her adopter must be prepared to deal with finishing the job of house-training. Her adopter will also need to teach her all the other important things a puppy needs to know as she grows. Like any puppy, she is silly, energetic, full of mischief and is sure to give you more than a few belly laughs a day. Raising a young puppy does present some challenges but, as long as you know what you're getting into and know what you're doing, you'll be rewarded with a friend that will never judge you but will always, instead, accept and love you just the way you are despite any faults you might have. Wonder Woman deserves the same in return from her adopter. If you have a lot of time, patience, prior experience with raising a puppy, and a strong commitment to love and care for Wonder Woman through the good times and the bad times for the rest of her natural life, just stop by the shelter and ask to meet her. She's fully vaccinated, micro chipped, spayed and on monthly flea and heartworm preventives. /// WONDER WOMAN IS SPONSORED THRU MARCH 2019 BY CLIFFORD AND TAMI DUCKWORTH IN HONOR OF THEIR BELOVED ACS DOG, WALLY. Primary Color: Black Secondary Color: White Weight: 22.1lbs Age: 0yrs 6mths 2wks Animal has been Spayed I am available for adoption at the Animal Care Society.