2 year old • Female • 30.5 lbs
Sweet Clover (aka Clover) is a white and brown beagle mix with soft brown eyes and a little pink patch above her nose! Her foster mom loves her spotted belly and pink and black lipstick!
Sweet Clover is a snuggler! A Velcro dog, Clover likes to be with her people whenever possible! Fully crate trained and house trained, Clover loves meeting new people and does great with cats, most other dogs, and kids. She is working on not jumping up on people she'd like to greet and on learning to go to her "place" (her dog bed) or sit nicely before getting pets. Clover also is learning how to play with toys. She prefers small plush toys that crinkle or jingle and likes to carry them around between her bed and crate like they’re little babies! Clover sleeps either in her crate or on her dog bed, without a peep or accident throughout the night.
Clover loves to be outdoors: Her favorite midmorning-to-afternoon activity is sunning herself in the grass and spring clover patches during nice weather. A curious girl, she enjoys roaming in a safe, fenced area or on a long lead. Although still a little hesitant on the leash, she is making great progress. Clover's forever home needs to have a fenced yard so she can run around and explore and a family who will continue socializing her to new things and working with her on the leash.
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Sweet Clover is up-to-date on vaccinations, microchipped, and heartworm negative, and has an appointment to be spayed.
Sweet Clover was found as a pregnant stray in another state by a Good Samaritan who brought her to the Triangle to have her babies.
IAR subsidizes post-adoption professional training with Jane Marshall (www.cheerydogs.com) to encourage a life-long and successful bond between the dog and the adopter. Group classes for puppies and adult dogs are provided at a substantial discount to IAR adopters.