ZELDA NEEDS A LOVING FOREVER HOME!!
Our sweet, 1 year old girl, is spayed and ready to get into a loving home. She came from a horrible situation and now it is her time to know love. She is incredibly sweet, good with other dogs (we believe she needs one to help her come out of her shell) and she is making strides everyday. Zelda has a prey drive for cats, so she would not do well if there are cats in the family. She is still fearful of strangers, but given time can overcome her fear. She would do best in a home with adults or older children.
If you are interested in Zelda, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out our online application at www.labradorsandfriends.org Zelda is located in Southern California.
In the Beginning: Many of you will remember Zelda from Carson, she was one of the dogs turned over to ACO when there was a complaint and they said they were moving. She had scars, wounds and was petrified. The shelter contacted us to see if we could get her out ASAP as she was peeing blood, pretty much pure blood! We rushed over and got her out and to our vet ASAP!
Zelda is being treated for a Urinary Tract Infection, she is on the mend and now is re ady for a foster home to help her continue to heal. Zelda is scared, she doesn't trust people, but the amazing thing is she is good with other dogs. She will actually benefit from being with a happy, social dog. She is incredibly sweet, she just needs a little time to heal physically and emotionally.
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