Finding Nymm

Nymm, formerly NimAfter the sudden loss of my long haired terrier named Sammie, I decided I would adopt from the SF SPCA for another dog. I originally went in with a couple dogs in mind to look at, but none of them seemed very interested in me. I decided to see Nymm and we immediately bonded. As soon as I sat on the floor to be on her level, she climbed straight into my lap and gave me one kiss. When I went to the front to adopt Nymm, the SF SPCA said they were waiving my adoption fee for her since my Sammie passed so suddenly. I love the SPCA.

Nymm is very happy here with me and she loves to play tug with a rope and play with “Stuffies,” her stuffed animal she cuddles and chews on. When it’s time for bed, she crawls under the covers and sleeps all night.

She is highly intelligent and even though I’ve only had her 3 weeks, she already knows sit, knows to mind her teeth when playing with adults and children alike, knows how to sing in a cute puppy way, knows stay, and is completely potty trained.

She loves playing at the beach, loves playing with other dogs, and loves people! She’s anĀ  absolute blessing, and I can’t thank the SPCA enough. Thank you for my smart littleĀ  puppy, and I can’t wait to have more adventures with Nymm!

- Gwendolyn

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One Response to Finding Nymm

  1. Chrissy says:

    I’m so glad that you adopted her. Her name was originally Mimi and we had to give her up because we moved to a new home that didn’t allow dogs. I was so worried about her and checked this site weekly to see if anyone had adopted her. I’m so glad to see this story and that she is now in a great home

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