Boogie was relinquished to our shelter when her owner could not care for her anymore. Soon after she was relinquished she stopped eating and became severely ill. We questioned whether or not she would survive. She spent a year in foster care with a vet tech who nursed Boogie back to health and found out the reason she got so sick is because she has a condition called IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome). Her condition is now totally managed and Boogie actually is now quite a pig! As long as she eats the right food she has zero trouble at all. The food Boogie must eat can be purchased at any local pet store. Can you give Boogie a home after all she has gone through?
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