June 30, 2016


Critter Chronicles: Muffin


Muffin has a sad story to tell. Her owner passed away and there was no one to care for her. She was taken to the Avon Animal Hospital to be euthanized, but realizing she was a wonderful dog, the hospital called the shelter. Friendship stepped in and saved Muffin. She has a congenital deformity to her back legs, but it doesn’t cause her pain. It looks a little strange when she walks, but it doesn’t cause her to miss a beat. She loves to romp and play with the best of them. She was well taken care of and is very gentle. She would love to celebrate being saved by being adopted into a new home with you! She’s just a delight! Muffin is nervous around other dogs. It would be best if she were an only pet. If you have a docile dog, you can bring it to the shelter and see how they would get along with each other.
BREED/DESCRIPTION: Sheltie/shepherd mix
SEX: Female
NEUTERED/SPAYED: Yes, spayed; shots up to date
AGE: 4 years old
SIZE/WEIGHT: 45 pounds
ORGANIZATION: Friendship APL of Lorain County
8303 Murray Ridge Road, Elyria, OH 44035
CONTACT: gregorywilley@yahoo.com or (440) 322-4321
WEBSITE: www.friendshipapl.org
For more pets seeking homes, check out the Critter Chronicles column every Sunday in The Chronicle-Telegram. If you work or volunteer for a pet adoption agency and would like to see your pets included in Critter Chronicles, please email skline@chroniclet.com.