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Lilith

a picture of Lilith  a dog that needs a foster home.

Location: Glendale, AZ

Age: 1 years, 7 months

Posted on: 4/10/2024

Posted by: Individual

Lilith urgently needs a foster home

Why is fostering needed?

I am currently looking for a emergency temporary placement as I am getting evicted if she’s not out by the 04/11/24 or as soon as possible. Its for my Rottweiler as my landlord is bread discriminating and is asking me to remove her immediately. Or he is going to evict me. I have until the 30th of this month to find her a temporary placement or foster home while I take him to court since she is a service animal. To get her back into my home or move if I have to. I do not want to get rid of her as she is my baby and I cannot lose her. She is a gentle giant. She loves to give kisses and loves long walks and pets. She is very gentle and a great listener, loves treats And is very smart.

How long is fostering needed for?

A few weeks

Other notes

I am currently looking for a emergency temporary placement for my Rottweiler I only have until 04/11/2024 or asap before I get evicted. as my landlord is bread discriminating and is asking me to remove her immediately. Or he is going to evict me. I have until the 30th of this month to find her a temporary placement or foster home while I take him to court since she is a service animal. To get her back into my home or move if I have to. I do not want to get rid of her as she is my baby and I cannot lose her. She is a gentle giant. She loves to give kisses and loves long walks and pets. She is very gentle and a great listener, loves treats And is very smart.

She acts like a big dumb dumb but she is very smart. She’s a gentle giant she’s loving, playful, and we’ll mannered.

She is cautious and a protector and an alarm she will let you know if someone dangerous is coming from around the corner. You just have to approach her slowly and let her get to know you. For a second and let her smell you. Then if your a good person shes a gentle giant.

She eats the dog food brand dog chow chicken or beef flavor as well as the wet protein dog food sometimes for dog food.
She can also eat white rice (boiled)
With broccoli (or some type of vegetable okay for dogs)
Meat (chicken/cooked)
Sweet potato (optional)
Pumpkin (optional but does help to firm up her poop)
Carrots and grass ( Are one of her favorites she thinks she is a cow) she will definitely trim your grass if you need it lol)
She loves bones beef or pig feet the kind you can cook for soup
She also loves eating Frozen whole carrots as a bone sometime. Her feeding schedule is once in the morning between 6am/ 11am 2/4 scoops of food in a large dog bowl, A small snack in the afternoon if she is good a bone/ carrot/ peanut butter in toy, blue berry’s, toys. And then dinner which is smaller than breakfast and that is usually dog food, which is usually about one to two cups of dry food. She goes to the bathroom about every 4/5 hours if not in the crate. And can hold it if let out to use restroom before and after for up to 8/10hours in crate if needed.

She is very loving and kind but her bad habits is she has a lot of energy, gets excited before walks, she does jump up but listens to redirection. She barks at unwanted visitors outside. She has a new bad habits of wanting to get away when sees cats she has been around cats as a puppy but they were always kept in another room away from her. I don’t think she will be vicious. But she wants to play and doesn’t know how big she is and will probably end up hurting a cat or small animal that runs

She is a very loving, kind, caring dog that lives with three other dogs of all different sizes and personalitys. She doesn’t need attention all day she just needs some love throughout the day. She is pretty independent and just wants to play and look out your window and guard the house. She loves walks, hikes and loves to play outside or just cuddle up by your feet or head sometimes and watch a movie. She does like to play with other dogs and toys.

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