Asha 2 yr old spayed female - LA
Southern Bell ISO of her FairyTail family. Comes with lots of love, snuggles and hours of entertainment.
Asha's sweet personality and easygoing manners is just a cover up for the intelligence lurking behind those soulful eyes. Asha is easily entertained and loves to entertain her people. Asha's whimsical ways and carefree personality is testament to how forgiving a girl can be.
You see Asha has had a very tough life before coming into rescue. If you follow the lines of her ribs with your hands, you can feel the old breaks where her ribs have been broken. Her tail has been broken at some point in her short life too, about 3 inches from the base it is crooked up at a 90-degree angle. Unless you are looking for it, it is not noticeable at all. Her boney hips are all covered up and she is sporting a sleek soft coat now. Asha's muscle are strong again and flow smoothly beneath her soft hide. Her eyes give a twinkle as her brain kicks into high gear searching out her next bit o'fun. Asha for the most part of her life had been chained outside and forgotten. No one had bothered to work that wonderful intelligence she possessed and grant her the only things she truly wanted… to be beside her person so she could show them the love she had to give. Now being outside alone on a chain for days on end was very boring for Asha, so to entertain herself, she would challenge the thunder and chase the lightening when it stormed. Asha has since learned that is not something you do inside a house now, but sometimes needs to be reminded that there are other things to do while it rains. Asha also sustained a serious injury to her neck, rupturing a salivary gland; this causes her own pocket of spit on her throat, we call it her turkey waddle. Asha will need surgery to fix this and the doc says she will be good as new. ABMR is currently trying to raise funds to have this surgery done for Asha. We do not know if the injury had been caused by an improperly used collar, choke chain or by Asha herself being chained out. Due to the network of nerves, blood vessels and soft tissues a canine surgeon has to perform the pricey surgery.
Since coming to our house, Asha has been very happy and she is all too willing to tell you about it. She barks when she is happy, she tattles on the boys ( ages 7 & 9) when they run in the house, she fusses at the dogs for fussing at noises outside. You know when she has to go potty and the difference in the yip tells of her need to be near you. Asha loves her food and will announce that its dinner time, she's not a picky eater and will share whatever you have in your hand. Asha kennels well and knows "when she has to" like when her family leave to go to the store and kennels without a sound. Asha also has an opinion of when she thinks she needs out too, but with a stern "knock it off" she settles back down and her gratitude for being let out again is almost enough to make you feel guilty you put her in there! She is good with small dogs too!
Asha is a fast learner when it comes to obedience training and she glows with pride when "she knows" she has done a simple task right. When it's time to go to work, she gets all hippity hoppity about going out. Are you Asha's fairytail come true? Think you would like adopt this special Malinois? Fill out the application and lets chat!
For more information about Asha, please contact: Debra.
If you have inquired about Asha and received no response try this alternate contact: Marcia.
If you want to apply for this dog, click Asha's Adoption Application which will automatically be sent to Deb, Asha's coordinator.