Ruff Life: Change Lisa Vanderwoof’s Life from Scram to Glam

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DALLAS -- When you think lifestyles of the rich and famous, you invariably think of Robin Leach and that smooth accent.

Sometimes, though, the champagne wishes and caviar dreams are light on the champagne and caviar and heavy on the wishes and dreams.

For Lisa Vanderwoof, it was all about being a single mom when she was found as a stray.

"She was very skinny,” said Dallas Pets Alive! Marketing Director Holly Morgan. “She'd been working very hard to take care of her puppy, nursing her puppy so that the puppy was well fed and healthy.”

Creature comforts for this blonde girl? None.

"She was really confused by things like dog food and television,” Morgan said. "Television confused the heck out of her. She didn’t know what to do with it.”

Can you imagine? A Vanderwoof confused by TV?!

Of course, there’s a reason lovely Lisa got her name.

"I think Lisa would do best in a home with someone who’s ready to appreciate her intense beauty. She is gorgeous,” Morgan said. "Anyone who locks eyes with her could easily be mesmerized into taking her home. She just needs that moment.”

Her style’s on point, and her manners? Unmatchable.

"She is perfectly house trained. She has never had an accident inside, and she learned how to use a doggy door just instantly,” Morgan said.

This princess pup proves you don’t have to come from the glamorous life. Sometimes you’re simply born that way.

Vanderwoof Rules.