Found wandering the streets after being used for breeding puppies this girl was starved, emaciated, abused, scared, and near death. The finding family found our rescue with help and after taking her to their vet she was transported to us where more thorough examination was preformed. Upon intake she weighed 30lbs was dehydrated, and needing urgent care. Her teeth had been pulled out of her front top and bottom gums cause pain, bruising and swelling in addition to shaving of her canine teeth. Unable to eat without pain surgery was later required which was done after receiving a grant for her emergency medical care. She remains with the rescue until which time she is ready for adoption.
Given the name "Reason" was due to her condition upon intake which was near death and since she kept going there was a reason for living. Estimating her exact age was difficult because vets use teeth which hers had been yanked from her mouth therefore only an approximate could be given. She has had multiple litters of pups and has been bred too many times to count which we could tell from her actions initially. Since being with the rescue Reason has changed drastically and is now the bright trusting girl she was meant to be. She has flourished into a playful, lovable, cuddly girl who only wants the affection she deserves. Her snoring makes it so funny to watch her sleep. To know and meet Reason is to immediately fall in love with this gorgeous girl.
Fully vetted, HW tested, Rabies Vaccinated, Vaccines updated and awaiting spay due top medical reasons.
Annual Yearly rabies, HW test and vaccines are required after adoption.
Social & Training Info:
Great with dogs, cats, kids and adults. Reason is house broken, crate and kennel trained, collar and leash trained. She will require future continuous confidence and obedience training to ensure her success and routine.
Fee: $125 includes vet care
The Following is Required: Meet & Greet, Background Check, Questionnaire, Vet References, Landlord Approval, Home Check, Signed Contract
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