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  • We really must stop naming dogs after foods, but in the case of Cinnamon it sure is hard as she is as sweet as they come and is surely a most wonderful ingredient to just about anything in life. She will make it better just being her sweet self! Cinnamon is a hound and lab mix who clearly has not had a lot of positive experiences with humans as she is shy and unsure of herself but it takes only a look at her wiggle and waggle and realizing that she will follow people everywhere to realize that she just needs peeps with a kind heart and patient soul to help her break out of her shell. Cinnamon is less than a year old and about 45 lbs almost full grown. Her coat is the color of her name and she simply adores and is at ease around other dogs of all kinds. She would be a wonderful addition to a home with other dogs, from whom she can learn and gain confidence. She also seems to really enjoy older children and would be a great in a home with as many as fits. This young lady is ready to being a main ingredient at your house, ready to be confident and secure in the love of her furever peeps and ready to put her old life and any worries about her future to rest. She is ready for you! All puppies and dogs at Saving Grace are crate trained, have been spayed/neutered, are up to date on their vaccinations, are on heartworm preventative and have been microchipped. Their adoption fee is $350.00. Each has been carefully screened for disposition and temperament in order to provide your home with a safe companion that will enjoy life as your new family member. Our Adoption Form can be completed online Please visit our new website An Adoption Form is required before setting up an appointment to meet with a potential adoptee or a foster home. Sending an Adoption Form does not commit you to an adoption, it simply provides us with background information on potential homes. If you'd like to donate to help cover the cost of care for these wonderful dogs awaiting new homes, please visit Saving Grace is a small, non-profit 501-C3 organization operated by volunteers only. Most of our animals come from rural animal control shelters where lack of space and resources limit their time and adoption possibilities. Thank you for choosing Saving Grace! We look forward to helping you find your new companion and family member.