Update: Sky has been a constant love bug as a foster. Although her stated aged in not a puppy, dont tell her that - she thinks she can act like a puppy and run like a puppy. She chases the ball when the kids are playing baseball out back. She is doing well with the three other dogs in the house. She is on medication for a skin condition and is doing very well with it. She does jump and bark much but she will nuzzle your hand when she wants you to pet her. Please consider Sky for her forever home, this girl deserves the best. See her running around the yard, thinking she can play lacrosse by carrying a baseball bat!
Skylar's savior. A good Samaritan saw this little girl running through traffic on I95 and almost get hit by two cars. He stopped and she came to him, he put her in his back seat and took her to ACCT. He was not a dog person; a younger guy who was so upset by her condition he was crying in the parking lot and waiting room. He said he stopped because he couldn't think of her getting hit. We would love to find out who he is so we can Thank him for saving this girl. She is esti mated to be 6+ years old. We are not able to determine her breed at this time due to the horrid condition of her body. What we do know is that she is sweet and loving. Although she can not be introduced to other dogs right now we do think she will be fine with them. This little lady will undergo surgery to remove mammary tumors as soon as her skin and ear infections are under control. Until then she is safe in foster care being pampered and celebrating life she is scheduled for her mammary tumors on 3/30/16 at 10:30 AM. She is truly good with other dogs but when she picks a person she loves she is your forever shadow.
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