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5 Months


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Noda, spayed female, 9-months-old, 38-lbs


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Noda is super sweet, playful and friendly, she’s easy-going by nature. She is full of puppy energy, whereas behaves well for a young pup her age. She’s very social & cuddly, enjoys being around people of all ages, other dogs and cats too. Noda has beautiful white coat, which makes her stand out among her pack. With some basic training, she’ll be the best companion for any dog loving family. Please watch her videos to learn more about this cute pup!

Noda’s rescue story: Noda and her littermates were abandoned together with their mother Nevia. Nevia used to have a home; the ex-owner did not spay her; soon she got pregnant and gave birth to 8 puppies. The heartless ex-owner abandoned them all to a forest up in a remote mountain. Food was hard to come by in the area. Nevia was severely malnourished; she can hardly produce enough milk for her babies. Poor puppies had to eat mud, since they’re always starving. That’s why the rescuer found mud in their feces when they first got rescued. Luckily, even though all puppies were skin and bones, they’re overall healthy. Under the loving care in foster families, they’re all very lively and playful. Noda and her siblings are ready to join their forever homes.


Please watch Noda’s YouTube videos below:

Noda profile

Interaction with strangers

Follow the commands well

Potty trained

Good with kids

Good with cat

Has no food aggression with human and dogs

Good with dogs

Walk well on leash


Temperament: Energy level: Medium

Ideal home environment: Quiet or active both

Is the dog good with strangers: very friendly

The dog is best with children of what age group? Any age

Is the dog good with other dogs? Small dogs – Yes Big dogs – Yes

Is the dog good with cats? well

Good on leash? yes

Housetrained? yes

Crate-trained? yes

How is the dog with men? friendly

Food aggression with people? no

Food aggression with dogs? no

Has the dog ever bitten anyone? no

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