This girl first entered rescue as a young pup. She was quickly adopted and life was supposed to be grand……and it was, until one day it wasn’t. Maddy’s new mom decided she wasn’t up for a young active pup and gave Maddy up, but not before doing her DNA. This gal may sound like a HUGE pup, but she is slim, trim, and long legged. She is 38% Great Pyrenees, 23% Australian Cattledog, 20% German Shepherd, 5% Golden Retriever, 3% Albas, and the rest is a mix of Supermutt! She is only about 70 pounds. Maddy has been back with her previous foster home; full of other dogs—Maddy is a dog friendly girl and loves to wrestle and play bitey face. BUT fetch is her greatest joy! Day or night; her favorite is a glow in the dark ball at night. Maddy would love a home with active humans and perhaps another dog to play with, but that’s not a requirement. She is kennel and potty trained too! Maddy is a delightful young pup. She has been searching for people who will love her, all of her, forever—-her medium length hair, daily cuddles, need for fetch, and her loud bone chewing that can drown out the TV.