WW's Aunt Bea

Category: 2015 Adoptions
Adoption Status: Adopted by the Miller family of Augusta GA 3/12/15
Adoption Date: 1212-0303-1515
Pet/Kennel Name: Aunt Bea
Age: 6.5
Color/Gender: Black Female
Cat Tolerance: Yes
Small Dog Trainable: Yes
Good w/ Children: Testing
Fostered by (location): McGraw (Columbia, SC)
Additional Details:

Aunt Bea is a sweet, 6 year old black girl that had quite the racing career before becoming a mom. Now she is retired from mom duties and ready to find a couch. Aunt Bea raced 101 races mostly at the top levels and competed and placed in several Stakes races that are reserved for the best racers at each track. She was very much a star at the track. Aunt Bea started out racing in Palm Beach, then moved to Mardi Gras in Hollywood FL, Dubuque Iowa, Wheeling WV, then back to Palm Beach, Mardi Gras and Southland in Arkansas. Her racing career ended when she broke her leg on September 11th of 2011. She went back to her owner's farm to recover and to be a mom. She has one litter of pups that are racing age already so whatever lucky family adopts Aunt Bea can keep up with her pups careers as well. Aunt Bea just arrived from the Birmingham AL adoption kennel where she has been a favorite with the staff. They even took her home with them at night. Her old break still causes her to limp but it is long healed. Because of the old break she won't be able to do long hikes but she really enjoys going for walks around the neighborhood with you. She loves to go for car rides too. She is calm and friendly and seems to love people. She can run and play and her bad leg doesn't really slow her down much. She did pass her cat and small dog tests so should be fine in a home with either. She is a beautiful shiny black girl with barely any white on her face so looks even younger than 6 years old.

Her Pedigree

Tag: Adopted
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