52051 – Priscilla

2 years
Female – spayed!
56 pounds
Heartworm negative!
Available as of 7/11
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Update 10/8: Priscilla is in a shelter foster home. To make arrangements to meet her, please call the shelter at 706-613-3540 or message our Facebook page (Athenspets – GA)!

Update 9/16: Priscilla and Mel are playmates! She has also played well with Tammy. Priscilla can only play with one of her playmates if a staff member is present, but if things are quiet around the shelter while you are visiting, you can ask if it’s a good time for a play date!

Update from Priscilla’s Doggie-Day-Out 8/23: Priscilla is:
– excellent at car rides
– loves booty scratches
– house trained
– walks well on a leash
– digs a bacon cheeseburger
– knows how to sit
– spayed
– UTD on basic vacs
She’s a total rockstar ⭐️! Hanging with her made my day! She is so well behaved and loving!
Priscilla also met another dog on her Doggie-Day-Out and was great with him!

Update 8/20: Priscilla has it all! She’s sweet, playful, and affectionate. She seems to like other dogs and had the best time running with Big George at the fence. When Tallulah entered a neighboring pen, she was ready to play with her as well. She also LOVES chasing stuffed toys. I have to trade a treat for the toy to keep our game going, but that’s okay because she’s always ready to charge after it again. After our playtime, one of the things I enjoy most is sitting with Priscilla in the shade. She likes having her back scratched, and if I let her, she’ll try to get as much of herself in my lap as possible. Priscilla is a sweetheart who’s still looking for her forever family.

Update 7/30: Thanks to donations to the Spay/Neuter Fund, Priscilla is spayed and up to date on her basic vaccinations!

Priscilla was surrendered because her owner could no longer care for her. She was shy and uncertain, and I know she had to be missing her home. Still, she was obedient and walked with me to an interaction pen. After checking out the pen, she looked at me like, “Now what?” She seemed so sad. Priscilla didn’t want any treats, and I doubted that she’d want to play, but I took out a stuffed toy anyway. She perked up and chased that toy until she had to have a break from the sun and heat. Now, she was ready to lounge in the shade and let me pet her. I guess chasing toys was something she knew, and it helped her feel better. Priscilla is a sweet girl who would love to be someone’s devoted companion.