Amberly was one of seven animals transferred to HSHC from Indianapolis Animal Care and Control in July 2018. Amberly is not only a senior, but needed serious medical care. Following her appointment with a veterinarian, it was discovered that Amberly had cancer. This did not stop her loving and bright spirit from finding a forever home!
“Amberly is such a wonderful, yet unique pup. I knew we had picked a great dog the moment she realized we were leaving the humane society. I have never seen a dog so gloriously excited about her freedom ride. She wouldn’t even sit down for the ten minute drive to our house, but insisted on covering me in kisses, and four months later, those kisses have yet to stop. She loves living on a farm with her two dog siblings who are truly her best friends. The first toy we ever gave her quickly became her one and only toy. We call it her “baby” because she treats it as such and has to have it with her at night in order to sleep. She is a very intelligent young lady and knows how to work all of us with her sad, soulful eyes, especially when she wants to get in my bed to cuddle. While we knew she had terminal cancer when we adopted her, it has never stopped her from living a joyful dog life. She is the princess of the household, and may her reign last forever!”