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I am already spayed, purebred, a special needs pet, and up to date with shots.
Here is what her current family has to say about her.
We got out dog Lily from a shih tzu breeder, who disclosed that she has a soft spot on her head that may never close. We took her to the vet who told us she has fluid on her brain and they were unsure what kind of deficits she will have. They also said she may not live long, we decided to keep her and love on her until she passed. Three years later and she's in relatively good health and is expected to live a long life. She is a three year old pure bred dog. She has had vaccinations before but caused some reactions and because she is a strictly indoor dog and we have no other pets that there was no need to do them. She does have some sores that break out her skin but we use special shampoo which helps. They've been tested and tried antibiotics to steroids to treat to no avail. She also has eye troubles on and off, sometimes gunking up overnight and needing a little help to get it open the next morning. Also has been tested but nothing helped. She is a true cuddle dog, loves to sit on your lap or sit next to you. She has a sweet and calm temperament. Rarely barks unless shes playing. she has spent much of her life in an apartment so she is Potty pad trained, doesn't go outside or walk on a leash but these skills could be worked on or a fenced yard where she can have fun and be a dog would be even better. . She is around 12 pounds.Due to the soft spot she can't be around other pets or small kids because if they were to hit that spot it could kill her. We truly didn't think she would live this long and we recently had a baby so its best to rehome her now and find her the right forever home. Please contact Rescue Every Dog via email or on face book as they are helping us to rehome this special little dog.
Adoption donation for this companion animal is tbd. Donations cover some of the care costs for R.E.D. animals. Like housing, supportive care, medical needs and food. All R.E.D. animals are spayed or neutered and vaccinated. Most are micro chipped with adopter registration included. R.E.D. is a 501 C3 and all donations support our life saving missions. For more information and to complete the on line adoption application on R.E.D., please, see our website at www.rescueeverydog.org. PLEASE READ ALL OF THE FOLLOWING TO APPLY TO ADOPT: Not all applicants will be approved for requested animals. R.E.D. reserves the right to refuse service and adoption without explanation. R.E.D. is the companion animal's advocate and will select the most suitably matched home/environment for the the companion animals emotional needs and management requirements based on each companion animal's breed(s) general needs and the unique needs of each individual animal in our care. R.E.D. requires all applicants and adopters to conduct themselves in a respectful and courteous manner. R.E.D. updates it animals adoption postings daily. If you wish to apply to adopt this companion animal go to the on line application at R.E.D.'s website www.rescueeverydog.org. and look under adoption. Before applying, please, read the following information. (1) Application, Phone interview, Home visit are required. Adoption Donations are generally $100.00. to 450.00 or as posted. Donations support R.E.D.'s life saving missions and medical and other care given.(2) R.E.D. Dogs are spayed or neutered prior to adoption, vaccinated for Parvo Distemper and generally are micro chipped. (3) You must be at least 18 years of age to complete the application or to apply to adopt a companion animal. For the safety of children and dogs and limited information on dog the dogs interaction with children- R.E.D generally prefers/requires children in adoptive home to be approximately 5 or 6 years of age and up unless otherwise noted in the dog profile. All children must be behavior appropriate with animals. (4) R.E.D. does not a ship animals to out of state adopters. Out of state adopters must come to meet the animal in person in Washington if approved for a meet and greet with a R.E.D. companion animal. Thank you.