12 year old • Female • 120 lbs
Miss Mallory has a black coat, a black face mask, and assorted white markings including on her muzzle, legs, chest, neck, and splotches above her eyebrows.
Miss Mallory (Mal to her friends) is the perfect dog for watching Netflix with, taking romantic walks to the fridge, and going on adventurous outings--like to the pet store.
Although she is a senior, she is absolutely young at heart. One of her favorite things is belly rubs. She takes treats gently and although she can't catch one to save her life, she loves to try! Check out her videos. Plus, as you can see, she knows how to stand to beg and sit pretty! She's a bit on the fluffy side right now, but we're working on that! Mal is crate-trained for those times you need to run to the grocery store for more popcorn; but she'd prefer a fenced yard she can roll around in. She's not too fond of the heat, given her coat, but she loves the colder weather!
Miss Mallory also isn't fond of young children, so a kid-free home is needed. She doesn't mind cats (in fact, she's a tad scared of them), and she loves people of all shapes and sizes. Stairs are a bit hard for her, but as long as she's on her medication, she takes them like the champ she is.
If you're looking for a gentle giant matriarch with a lot of love to give--and if you want, plenty of lickins'--then Mal is the right dog for you!
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Miss Mallory is up-to-date on vaccinations, microchipped, spayed, and heartworm negative. For her arthritis she is taking Meloxicam and Amantadine.
Miss Mallory's owners were no longer able to care for her.
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.