Dogs in Need: SEDONA in Indianapolis

 
This pretty girl is Sedona, and she’s currently waiting at the Humane Society for Hamilton County, in Noblesville, Indiana, for a forever home of her own.
 
Sedona is a terrier/hound mix who arrived at the shelter as a stray in August 2012. Because she was already spayed, it’s believed she was someone’s pet at one time, but no one has come to claim her.
 
Sedona is a sweet girl, quiet and well-mannered, friendly, social, and playful. She loves to be loved, and doesn’t mind being hugged and cuddled. She also loves toys! 
 
 
Sedona doesn’t care for other dogs, but she doesn’t mind cats. She’d also do well in a home with kids age 8 and older. 
 
Sedona is a tall girl, weighing in at 77 pounds. She’s had some skin issues, which are under control now that she’s taking medication and living in the stress-free environment of a foster home. 
 
Anyone interested in meeting Sedona should contact the Foster Coordinators at 317.774.1263. Her adoption fee is $90, and adopters must be 21 or older.
 
Unable to adopt Sedona? You can still help her find her forever family by sharing her with your friends on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest! Social networking changes shelter dogs’ lives every single day because people just like you care enough to share.
 
Won’t you share Sedona today? It only takes a minute, but it could change her future forever!
 

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Christina Berry

Christina is a wife, mom, Virtual Assistant and Social Media Strategist, Pet Lifestyle Blogger, movie lover, recovering Diet Dr. Pepper addict, and planner junkie. She loves helping bloggers and handmade shop owners create successful businesses, and enjoys advocating for pets by volunteering with her local humane society and a Pit Bull rescue. Learn more about Christina and the mission of The Lazy Pit Bull here.

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