Zana, oh sweet Zana. Fostered in Duquesne, PA. We received her as a breeder girl from South Korean meat farm. She is such a love and is great with people and other dogs. She really apprciates attention from people and loves to play with other dogs. She is cross-eyed and near-sighted. We feel this adds to her charm as an imperfect animal, but so pure of heart. She has forgiven the people who caged her all her life, now she needs to move on to a family of her own!!
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