Suki and her brother Kimp were transferred from the shelter around January 25, 2006, due to them not wanting to euthanize them. Her brother was adopted, but Suki is still waiting for a home. Suki can climb small fences, so she needs a 6 foot fence to keep her in. She is very sweet, crate trained, and runs right to her crate when called, so house training would be very easy. She had mild hip displasia at an early age. Her leg bone came out of the socket, and was put back in, but wouldn't stay, so she had to have surgery. The first surgery developed a staff infection, and the ball joint on the leg bone had to be shaved off. This was an amazing surgery, because her leg muscles hold her leg up now, and she runs around like she has never had surgery.
D.O.B.: ? November 2005
Weight: 24.0 - 3/14/06; 41.8 9/12/07
$60 adoption fee will pay for her spay and vaccinations.
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