Chloe is also a cancer survivor. When a tumor was found on her lower jaw, she had to have it removed. This meant that she would loose half of her lower jaw. She has been cancer free for almost a year now and her tongue does fall out of her mouth, but I think she is still adorable and lovely.
With her high prey drive, she needs to go to a home without cats or other small animals. If you think she is the perfect fit for your family, please visit our adoptions page at www.doublejdogranch.org
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