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#8821 Sherbet (Ice Cream Gang)

Adopted
Medium-size, Female, Baby Corgi x Beagle,
Sherbet (Ice Cream Gang) is up-to-date on her shots and has not yet been spayed. Sherbet (Ice Cream Gang) is currently being fostered in Beltsville, MD.

Hi! My name is Sherbet and I'm part of the Ice Cream Gang litter that arrived at OPH on 1/17/20. Did you know sherbet is made from fruit juice, milk and sugar? Guess that makes me naturally sweet, huh!! I'm female, estimated to have born sometime between 11/14-11/21/19 and I currently weigh 9 lbs. Because my legs are shortened (as are my sisters') I'm thought to be a Corgi mix with maybe Lab (like our momma, who also has short legs) or beagle or some other adorable breed! I am a very playful pup and love to chase a squeaky toy and wrestle with my siblings. I'm doing a good job learning to use the puppy pads and I really enjoy a belly rub - in fact, I'll sometimes fall asleep during a belly rub! I'm looking for a family of my own so apply to adopt me today - I'm too cute to be around for long!

See me and my siblings in action here:
https://youtu.be/uh6LcUy29FU
https://youtu.be/pVj0LPyhno4
https://youtu.be/yPtV_J9wEDQ

Please note that because this puppy is so young, this puppy has only received 2 sets of the required 3 sets of puppy vaccinations. This is very IMPORTANT because it means that its immune system will not be fully functioning until about 16 weeks of age. Until then, the puppy MUST stay out of public places where it could be exposed to the germs of other dogs. These no puppy zones include all pet stores, dog parks, and for apartment dwellers, areas used by other dogs. These requirements are strictly for the puppy’s medical safety and longevity.

This puppy is microchipped and up to date on age appropriate vaccines and monthly preventatives. She is available to go home as early as January 31st.

This dog's bio is based off the experiences of the foster and/or volunteers of OPH as well as any information that we received from the shelter or previous owner. This is very important because it means that while they may act one way in the foster’s home, you may experience something different in your home.