I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, and up to date with shots.
When Tora was first found stray by the Gilmer, TX Sheriff she was pretty much a goner according to the vet that took her in. Tora only weighted 42 pounds after being starved, she was covered in open sores due to sarcoptic mange, was heart worm positive, infested with a slew of internal parasites as well as papiloma virus that ran down the inside of her throat. Yes she pretty much looked death in the eyes. But this little girl was not about to give up. Like a bull (hence her name) she fought back and beat the odds. After two long months in the hospital, Tora now has a clean bill of health. Her fur is growing back in and she is gaining weight. She has shown us to be a happy, bouncy little gal with a zest for life.
We feel Tora should go to a home with a fenced yard and be an only pet. She will need a family that is active and has lots of doggie toys, oh and who loves to play! Children should be over the age of ten and know how to respect the Akita breed.
For more information on Tora or how you can help save an Akita like Tora, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fill out an adoption application on our website: www.BigEastAkitaRescue.net