Wait, !!! That's just a name! Stick around and learn more about this adorable little girl. She
is a tiny girl. In October of 2014, she had a significant heart murmur. When she was 9 month old, her
heart murmur was fixed and now requires nothing special. However, the Murmur did stunt her
growth, so she quite little compared to what she would have grown into. But, inside that tiny adorable
package, Diva is super sweet. Sadly, she is taking some time to come to the house training, and has had
frequent accidents In her foster home. Options are always available, we hope to update her with
progress in that area soon! She is spayed, heart worm negative and current on vaccines.
Diva has one special request, someone who is patient and capable.... She lacks proper leash manners,
and often appears aggressive on a leash, but has never had any incidents or caused anything or anyone
harm. She doesn't required a lot of exercise, a nice calm, laid back girl, so long walks aren't necessary.
A fenced back yard would be preferable, especially to assist with her house training, and reactivity.
She has shown a LOT of interest in kitties, so we prefer a home without them or small dogs. However,
small kids have never been an issue. Sadly, She's been waiting for a little over 700 days. To apply to
meet Diva, visit fharva.org To apply for Diva please visit
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