Our Diamond girl may look like a plain little black dog but she is anything but ordinary! This little munchkin has a 100 watt smile that can light up a room and brighten your day. Despite having lost her home due to serious illness a while back, she is upbeat and entertaining and a joy to be around.
Diamond loves to explore and it’s comical to watch her….whether she’s surveying the play yards, or investigating a pile of blankets on the floor. She also loves car rides and walks with her best volunteer pals. But right at the top of her list of favorite things, is getting loved on by her people! If you talk to her and pet her, she will look into your eyes and hang onto your every word. She’s such a special little girl.
Diamond has waited far too long for a home to replace the one she lost. She has so much love to give and we want someone to love her in return. She’s a nice tidy size, around 35 lbs. and she knows some basic commands. She needs to be the only dog in the house, so if you’re looking for one special friend, she may be perfect for you!
Please give Diamond her second chance at finding a home and family. You can fill out an adoption or foster application at www.ehrdogs.org and mention her name….DIAMOND BEAUFORT!!
More about Diamond Beaufort
Is Not Good with Dogs, Good with Older/Considerate Kids Only, Good with Adults, Leashtrained, Obedient, Affectionate, Eager To Please, Even-tempered
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Eleventh Hour Rescue, based in Morris County NJ, is a primarily VOLUNTEER based, no kill rescue that saves animals on Death Row from high kill shelters. Eleventh Hour Rescue dogs and cats are cared for by our compassionate and dedicated team of volunteers and staff. Whether in foster homes, our kennel or adoption centers, each dog and cat receive a clean and safe living environment, fresh food and water, medical attention, and most important an abundance of love and care until they find their forever homes. We are dedicated to educating the community about the animal over population problem and the importance of spaying and neutering. All funds go directly to supporting our animals and their needs. We are an eligible charity under federal code 501(c)3.