Maya is a beautiful 3-4 year old hound gal. She is about 45#... she could stand to gain some more. Maya is such an EZ going gal, and great with kids. Came to us from another rescue in Central Cal.
In the summer of 2015, Maya had a bad reaction to a vaccine. Since then, she has had jerky movements. Despite her disability, she is an active girl and enjoys her walks. She is one of the sweetest and friendliest dogs here.
Came in with fellow female hounds Ellie and Daphne. Such pretty gals! We're not sure if they were siblings or just friends. The families who adopted them are very satisfied with their girls - and we're certain Maya's future family will be pleased with her personality and manners!
Good with other big dogs and most small dogs.
Are you my furrever family?
For further info on the adoption process, please visit our home page and check out the "Adopt a Dog" section where very thorough instructions await. All our dogs are spayed/neutered, micorchipped, and fully vaccinated before adoption; they have been wormed, bathed, socialized, walked daily and much loved; each adoptee leaves with a leash, collar, and all medical records.
The beauty of coming to our Apple Valley sanctuary is that you can see all 90+ dogs! No more weekend mobiles—only special events. Maybe if there are enuff appointments, we could see you in El Monte or Orange County or nearby. Email your application and ask for more details!
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