I don't know much about my life before being with mom and her bassets. I know when the nice lady picked me up off the road I was in a lot of pain. When we went to the nice vet-lady I heard them talking about a broken pelvis and a fractured leg. That was why the crated me for what seemed like a very long time!!! I didn't mind at first, but when I started feeling better I wanted to get out an play with all the others!!! I just love to play!
Mom had a talk with me and told me I'll have to be crated again. She says I have very nasty worms in my heart and that the treatment means I need to be quiet. Being quiet does not make me happy. And I'm even unhappier because Mom told me they could've been prevented if someone had cared enough to give me some pills. Why didn't they???
But she says that when that is over I'll be ready for my furever family. I'm so excited about having a family of my own and I so hope I'll have a brother or sister - with 2 legs or 4 - to play with and snuggle with! Maybe you're the one????
I'm spayed so I won't have any more pups. I know I had some in my previous life and hope they all have their furever families..... I'm also chipped and up to date on my shots.
I get along great with all the dogs and humans at my foster home. Mom says I'm the official greeter because I woof at all the new comers so they'll play with me! Would you believe some woof back???
I'm all ready to start the rest of my life with my furever family!. But they'll find me fast - so if you think that you are mine, please fill on an app at www.allearsbassetsanctuary.com
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