Adoptable Pet Of The Week – Julieta

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CHARLOTTE – The South Charlotte Dog Rescue is pleased to present Julieta for adoption! “Meet Julieta, the 3-year-old mother of our Encanto litter, who is ready to find her forever home. Julieta came to us pregnant last spring and is a Terrier Lab mix. She has a scruffy tan and white coat that gleams in the sunlight. She is a medium-sized dog, weighing around 40 pounds, with a tail that never stops wagging. As a mother, Julieta has shown to be nurturing, loving, and playful. Now that her pups have all found homes of their own, she is ready and deserves her forever family.”

”Julieta is an adventurous spirit who loves to cautiously explore the great outdoors. She has a nose for adventure and loves to sniff out new scents on her walks. But don’t let her love of adventure fool you, she is also a cuddle bug who loves nothing more than to curl up next to her human companions. She is a loyal companion and will follow you around wherever you go. She is an intelligent and trainable dog, already knowing basic commands. She is also house-trained, making her a great companion for any home. Julieta gets along well with other dogs and she will do best in a home with a fur sibling.”

“But what really sets Julieta apart is her love for her humans. She has a special way of connecting and always seems to know when you need a furry friend to talk to. With her playful and loving nature, she is sure to bring joy and laughter to any family.”

”Julieta is up to date on all of her vaccinations and has been spayed. She is ready to find her forever home and start a new chapter of her life. Julieta’s dream family will have a fenced yard to run around and play safely. If you’re looking for a companion who will keep you on your toes and steal your heart, Julieta is the dog for you.” If you’re interested in adopting Julieta, please fill out at application at

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Tara Botero
A. Tara Botero was born and raised in the South but only recently moved to Waxhaw, NC in November 2014. She has a horse, Cooper, with whom she spends many hours on the trails. Tara has been in love with photography for over 20 years and joined Tri-W News as a photographer and reporter in August 2016.