Est date of birth: February 17, 2023
Weight (approx): 57 lbs
Cats: Untested, but would probably do fine with proper intros.
“Hi, I’m Coraline, and I’m on a big adventure to find my forever home! At first, I might be a teensy bit shy, but guess what? I warm up super quick, promise! I’ve got a couple of total faves in life – food and toys. Playtime with me is like the best game ever ‘cause I’m all about chasing stuff and having a blast with my super-duper flirt pole.
Oh, and here’s the really fun part: I’m a cuddle monster! When you pet me, I turn into a big, squishy puddle of love. I’m not just about play, though; I can also do chill and relax time. I’ll snuggle right into your lap and make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside.
Now, let’s talk about my dream home! I’d love a house with a yard, so I can run like the wind when I get my super zoomies. And here’s the cool part – I’d be extra happy if there’s another doggie to be my buddy. They can show me the ropes and help me get braver. And if you’re a family that loves camping and hiking, well, I’m your adventure sidekick! I’m always up for exploring the great outdoors and going on amazing journeys with you.
So, if you’re on the lookout for an adorable, playful, and adventurous pal, I’m totally it! All you gotta do is click on the “Adopt Me” button below, and see for yourself how much fun we can have!”
Coraline came to hart from the CATF Spay/Neuter Clinic in Maskwacis. Shortly after coming into care, we noticed that Coraline was having some skin issues, so she visited one of our vet partners. Coraline was given a topical treatment for demodex as a precaution and a cytopoint injection for the itchiness. Demodex, or demodectic mange, is caused by a tiny mite on the skin. These mites are normal and always present in small numbers but when a dog’s immune system is compromised, the number of mites get out of control. Coraline looks and feels great now and is up to date on DACPP, Bordatella, Rabies and is spayed and microchipped.
Coraline knows all her basic commands like how to sit, lay down, shake a paw, speak, and she knows “kennel” means it’s time to go to her kennel. She is crate trained, and house trained.
Coraline is nervous and shy in new situations, around new people and around dogs. Although she is shy at first, she is quick to warm up.