My name is Cassidy. I was brought in to the vet to be euthanized because I was sick. I had Demodex, Scarcoptic Mange and a yeast infection. Dr. Meier felt sorry for me and called A Doggie 4 You and said they needed to rescue me. He said I was the sorriest looking pup he had ever seen, but I wouldn't stop licking him and wagging my tail. Its taken several months, but I am finally looking like a dog. I am a happy go lucky pup that just wants to please. I am getting a little spoiled. I need a family that will love me in spite of my skin issues. I will always have Demodex, but it is controllable. I had a bad set back last month. Turns out I am allergic to ivermectin. I had a severe reaction to my heartworm medication, but I am ok now. I just have to take an alternative product. I am also available to foster, if you want to help me recover. Adoption fee of $150 includes the spay/neuter, microchip, current vaccinations, and heartworm test. For more information call Pat at 210 385 0465. A Doggie 4 You is a non-profit organization. We are one of the only rescues that accept dogs that are injured or in need of medical treatment. Our standard adoption fee is $150, or $300 for a purebred or highly adoptable dog. All monies go towards the care and placement of the dogs. We use the higher adoption fees on the highly adoptable dogs to help offset the medical and surgical costs on the less desirable dogs. If you are interested in becoming a foster, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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