Gracie used to live on a farm and she loved to run. She kept running off and her owner was afraid she would be hit by a car, so he made the difficult decision to surrender her to a humane society. The humane society reached out to rescue groups to see if any could take Gracie, and that's how she came to be part of our Rescued Tails family. Gracie is a beautiful, sweet girl who loves all the attention and affection she can get. She gets along well with children and likes other dogs as long as they aren't overly playful with her. It was stated that Gracie isn't good with cats because she will chase them. Gracie loves to be outdoors, especially in the winter. She does have mild hip dysplasia and is on the anti-inflammatory drug, Carprofen, along with a glucosamine supplement.
Gracie is participating in our Rush to Rescue program, so she is currently being fostered by a pair of offenders at the Rush City Correctional Facility. While there, Gracie will receive all the love and attention her big heart desires.
**Photo generously donated to Rescued Tails by Posers Photography at www.posersphoto.com.
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