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We are happy to introduce Gracie, a smart, sweet cuddle bug who loves to give hugs! This pretty girl has been well loved and taken care of her whole life. However, Gracie has decided that she needs to be the only animal in her home. Therefore, her family made the heart-wrenching decision to relinquish Gracie to ESRA so that she could find a wonderful Forever Home without other animals.
This smart girl knows many commands including Sit, Stay, Wait, Come, Leave It, and Drop It. She is housetrained and is good on a leash. Gracie rides well in the car and loves going shopping at home improvement stores. While she enjoys a good game of tug with a rope toy and chasing a ball in the yard, Gracie is not a high-energy type gal. She is very mellow throughout the day and is happy to lounge in a chair outside with you or just rest and sleep at your feet while you work. Gracie also does great in an office work environment. She is the perfect coworker, and she loved entering the company's costume contest, as you can see in one of her photos! Above all, Gracie has so much love to give, and she longs to receive love in return.
Gracie is spayed and is current on her vaccines. She is heartworm negative and is on heartworm preventive medication. Anyone interested in adopting Gracie must realize that in order for her to become a wonderful friend and companion, it is absolutely necessary to include her in all phases of the family’s life. She will enjoy any and all activities as long as her family is near her. Gracie could benefit as well from some training classes, which will help to strengthen the bond between her and her new family. If you have the time to devote to loving Gracie and room in your heart and home for an affectionate, adorable Springer girl, please have an approved adoption application on file and be prepared to fall in love.
Please note that an approved application is the first step in a more thorough interview process that is designed to match each dog to exactly the right family, and that the final decision rests with the dog’s case manager.