Second Chance Friends Rescue is working hard to find Gabby a new forever home
After spending time in a shelter, Gabby has stepped out of her shell.
Suffering from pneumonia and isolation in a shelter, Gabby, an American bulldog mix, slipped in a state of depression.
But the folks with Second Chance Friend Rescue couldn't allow her to fade away in a shelter. As soon as a foster space became available, Gabby was rescued and given a new home.
It took a while for Gabby to recover from pneumonia and heart worms, but she has emerged as a funny, energetic girl.
Gabby is well loved by her foster family, who also is working to find her a forever home. Gabby shares her foster family with two other female dogs and several cats.
At about 6-years-old, Gabby demonstrates a mature nature and responsibility. She can be left loose in the house when her owner is away.
She is a good guard dog, eager to bark at anyone who attempts to enter the house.
Gabby is housetrained and knows how to use a pet door. She doesn't chew or tear up your personal belongings. She loves treats, chewing on bully sticks, taking short walks and snuggling on the couch.
For more information about Gabby or to complete an adoption application, call (813) 708-8376 or visit www.secondchancefriends.org.