This red-carpet superstar came to us from our friends at the SD County Animal Shelter in early February. She was an unclaimed stray, having a very large overgrowth of masses taking over her left forearm area. She went through her first phase of treatment — hoping to shrink the tumors with medications but in order to stop the spread of cancer she had her leg amputated and she is doing incredibly well now. She tested well with a submissive female Boxer, and she’s been good with some of our calmer dogs at the adoption center. She is approximately 6 years old, 65 pounds, great on leash, and she’d love to find her forever home! If interested fill out an application on our web site at http://lastchanceatlife.org/ or contact our Adoption Coordinator at Info@lastchanceatlife.org
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