29 Jan 2017: Kooky came to the rescue in the summer of 2016; she was emaciated, had an awful case of mange, and had internal bleeding from having eaten rat bait (likely in an effort to have something to eat). She had many months of medical care and then went to training camp. When camp ended and we had no home yet for Kooky, a temporary foster stepped up to help us keep Kooky out of boarding. Unfortunately, no one else stepped up thereafter and Kooky ended up in ... boarding anyway where she has been for several months. Little Kooky has survived an awful lot in her young life – she is only a little over a year old and about 45 lbs. Now all she needs is a home! Kooky can live with another dog her size that is not too pushy. No cats, though. Kooky’s trainer says she likes to be the ‘hall monitor’ so she’ll need an owner that she respects as a leader. Kooky is spayed, up-to-date on shots, and micro chipped.
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