Gypsy is 4-5 year old pit bull mix, who didn't have the easiest start to life. Gypsy was found as a very friendly stray with a sore hip joint. Once seen by a vet, it appeared that she had an old untreated injury that has caused her some arthritis in the joint. One top of that, Gypsy was also positive for Lyme's disease, which was only amplifying her pain! While her old hip injury is not something the vet feels should be surgically treated, Gypsy has been treated for and cleared of Lyme's and with a few daily supplements for her hip is almost as good as new! She is currently taking Turmeric to help with inflammation and Glycoflex for her joints.
Gypsy loves going on walks, (she'll wait by the front door all morning until she gets one), and she also loves going on car rides! Gypsy is very friendly with all people, strangers and children and does well with her foster dog siblings. Gypsy should probably not go to a home with small animals or cats. While Gypsy loves children (her best friend is a 4 year old boy), Gypsy would be best in a home without small children or older children who can understand and respect her occasional soreness. Gypsy is not at the shelter and is in a foster home in the Lehigh Valley.
Adult dog adoptions include - spay/neuter, vaccines, microchip, 4dx, fecal, and flea preventative.
Puppy adoptions include - spay/neuter, vaccines including boosters, microchip, fecal, and flea preventative
Adoptions are held every Saturday from 10am-3pm at our shelter (1049 Macarthur Road in Whitehall across the street from the old Lehigh Valley Dairy)
For more information please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications can be downloaded at www.lvpeaceablekingdom.info
All adoptions must be completed in person - we are unable to ship or transport dogs.
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