ADOPTED 9/23/18 Lilly started a 2 weeks trial adoption on 9/8/18** Lilly has been waiting for a home since Dec 2016 because she needs a home with either a 6 foot fence with the smooth side of the fence facing inside the yard or a fence that is at least 7 feet tall. Lilly Pointer & Terrier mix est dob 1/18/2014-LOVES people, water and squirrel watching Lilly would be great for a family looking for a very loving affection snuggle bunny. Lilly is a happy, smart, focused wiggle butt who loves people & water. She has had great dog friendships in her foster home but I feel she would be really happy as the only dog. Her best dog friends are mostly females. She does a lot of snuggling with people and dogs. If you let her, she will try her best to curl up in your lap. She loves playing fetch but not so great bringing whatever she is fetching back. She is always ready for a car ride. When her foster mom is not home, she is crated. She is not destructive in anyway but since she is one of 5 dogs, everyone is crated for safety when no one is home. She goes to her crate on command and run to her crate for breakfast and dinner. Lilly is house trained and will let you know when she needs to go outside by ringing a dog bell or she will paw at the back door. Lilly sleeps where ever she wants to at night, which is usually sandwiched between her foster mom and her fellow foster dog, GG . Lilly has a high prey drive and considers herself a professional squirrel hunter. Lilly is monitored at all times while outside but she still has managed to get over her foster mom's 6 foot fence around 5 times, using the mid-bar, in the heat of chasing a squirrel. She has never caught a squirrel, but I'm sure that is her goal. She would not be a good match for a home with cats, parrots, or anything small and furry. ADOPTION FEE $150 Lilly is spayed, utd on vaccinations, heartworm negative, on heartworm preventative and microchipped. You can fill out an adoption application at www.cowtownpets.org Lilly's rescue story - She was found by her foster mom, on her lunch break, Dec 2014 on Beach and 1st in Fort Worth. Lilly was extremely thin. She loaded her in her car drove her home. After no one claimed her, Lilly was adopted to a family with 2 small girls, in Jan 2015 but when the family split up in Dec 2016, Lilly was returned.