Pointer/Great Dane Mix Known as Cinnamon Wants to Spice Up Your Life

Meet sweet Cinnamon! This 4-year-old pointer great Dane mix is currently being fostered in Virginia, but she’s available for adoption. To be frank, there’s nothing more that she’d like than to find a forever home of her own where she’ll know security and continuity are always hers.

This is Cinnamon’s story in her own words, according to Friends of Homeless Animals in Aldie.

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Photo: Friends of Homeless Animals

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Everything is tastier with some cinnamon! This is your sign to sweeten your life with ME! I am all love and ready to give all my love to my forever family. I ride nicely in the car, and everyone fell in love with me on my freedom ride to FOHA.

I’ve had so much fun being a part of Doggy Social playtime, too. I love meeting and playing with new doggy friends! Since I’m still young and easily excited by all the world has to offer, I will need some help with basic obedience. Mostly just with my leash manners. I get so happy when I’m out and about, I just want to hop and jump for joy! I love treats, and I aim to please, so I know I’ll be a fast learner.

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Photo: Friends of Homeless Animals

If you’d like to top off your life with a bit of Cinnamon, submit an application and we can set up a time to get to know each other.

Need more to go on? This is what one of my volunteer fans had to say about me:

“It’s been a while since I have seen Cinnamon, but I’m a big fan of her. A big Sweet girl. At the time, she had a tendency to stand up on her rear legs and gently place her front paws on my chest to ‘talk to me’ eye-to-eye. Of course, that isn’t considered good dog behavior, but I actually loved it, so I didn’t discourage it (“bad volunteer,” I guess, so you can blame me if she still does that.)

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Photo: Friends of Homeless Animals

Cinnamon’s Medical Information

By the way, before I forget, the Friends of Homeless Animals medical team says I need to be treated for skin issues before my adoption can be finalized. That doesn’t mean I can’t become a member of your family now. Once the adoption application process is complete, my adoption will be considered a “Foster with Intent to Adopt” situation.

That simply means I get to live with you (tail wagging like crazy just thinking about it), and you will take me to one of FOHA’s approved partner veterinarians for my medical treatment. FOHA will financially cover the costs, so don’t worry about that part of it. Once my treatment is completed, we will be able to finalize my adoption, and I will be forever yours. That sounds great to me!!!!!!

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