Piggy went to the vet and was spayed and vaccinated and we found out she had polyps in both of her ears. This was caused from prolong eat mites and infections that were never treated. We have since treated her ears. We also found out she is heart worm positive. We are starting her slow kill treatment this month and it will be included with her adoption.
Piggy gets her name because she snorts when she eats! She gets along great with dogs and cats and just loves her new life and she's just waiting for the perfect furever home to come along!
Miss Piggy is only 3 years old and full of life!
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