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NOODLE* - ID#A745690

My name is NOODLE*.

I am a spayed female, white and tan Queensland Heeler mix.

I weigh approximately 36.00 lbs.

The shelter staff think I am about 1 year and 3 months old.

I have been at the shelter since Aug 13, 2021 and am ready to go home today!

I am in Kennel D203.

If you are interested in adopting this pet, please submit an adoption survey and visit us during regular business hours. Please email pacc.adopt@pima.gov with additional questions.

This information was refreshed 13 minutes ago and may not represent all of the animals at the Pima Animal Care Center - Tucson.
Shelter Staff made the following comments about this animal:
Noodle is a sweet, shy young girl who came to PACC as a stray. She needs a home with a patient person who can keep her safe and secure as she adjusts to a new environment, and who can work with her on socialization. She'll do best in a quiet home environment with no kiddos, and where she can be your one and only pet.

Here is what Noodle's volunteer friends recently said about her:

"Noodle was a little shy when I entered her kennel, but approached calmly and with curiosity. She seemed most interested in getting out the door, but was easy to leash. She was a wonderful walking companion, 90% loose-leash at my side. When we stopped in the shade, she came over to sniff my hand but was unimpressed by my low-value treats. We had a relaxed and enjoyable return to the shelter. Noodle is a great dog, but will be a flight risk until she gets fully settled into her new surroundings and comfortable with her new life partner. She would be a good match for a patient partner experienced with working dogs."

"Noodle is initially wary of strangers. I took my time entering her kennel and was able to leash without much trouble. Leaving the kennel was uneventful and she seemed to calm down and became focused on sniffing/walking. She's a good walker and pays attention to correction. After spending some time with her and 'rewarding' with string cheese, she became more receptive to touch. After a walk around the airfield and lake, we spent some time in a play yard. By the time we returned to her kennel, she was seeking out touch and attention."

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