Are you looking for a personal trainer you can’t say no to? Meet Zoe!

Zoe is approximately 1 year old and weighs 53 pounds.

She simply cannot get enough attention from her people! Described by her foster family as loving, sweet, and adoring of her family. She loves cuddling and resting on her humans. A classic velcro dog, she is her foster mom’s shadow. She will lay on a bed with her kong as long as her foster mom is in sight, but if she walks away, she follows.

She loves every human she meets. However, she is high energy; she can get a little hyper and does not understand how big she is. As such, we recommend that she only be adopted by a family with older children.

Zoe does well with other dogs. However, she will attempt to steal food and treats from other dogs, so it is important that any potential canine siblings do not have resource guarding issues.

She is curious about cats and has done well with her foster family’s dog savvy indoor cat.

She loves squeaky toys, nylabones and classic Kongs. She isn’t picky about treats, but her favorites are cow neck bones, pupperoni and bully sticks. Her foster mom has been utilizing a partitioned food bowl to slow her eating; a puzzle or maze slow feeder would also be ideal for her.

Zoe’s favorite activities are playing with other dogs and being with her people. She really loves getting her ya-yas out in the back yard via zoomies with other dogs. Her ideal family will have a securely fenced yard.

This personal trainer will help you crush your fitness goals! She loves running and her ideal adoptive family would include a human jogging partner. Rain or shine, she is happy to go on walks and runs.

Zoe is working on basic training with her foster family. She is polishing up her manners; she gets very excited when meeting people, so it can be hard to remember that ladies do not jump up on people. However, she responds well when told “No”, and she takes food and treats politely. Her adoptive family will need to be patient and willing to continue being dedicated to training.

Her foster family crates her for feeding and bedtime. If it was up to her, Zoe would prefer to sleep with her humans. To make this preference clear, she sometimes exercises her first amendment rights at bed time by barking (; She is also crated when home without humans.

She even tolerates being dressed up! Her foster mom was able to get pictures of her in bunny ears for fun spring pictures! She does a very sweet smile, which makes for so many photo opportunities that her face will take over your camera roll.

She loves going to parks with her foster family; she enjoys hiking, meeting people, and checking out creeks.

If you are ready to give Zoe a forever home, apply to adopt her today via msgbr.org. She cannot wait to meet you either!

If Zoe has left paw prints on your heart but you cannot adopt her, please consider sharing her information on social media to help her find her forever home and donating towards her care while she waits for her forever family to find her.