Meet Maddie. She is a husky mix who was diagnosed with idiopathic epilepsy at 4 years old. She is the sweetest, gentlest dog. She is incredibly smart, athletic, learns quickly, loves food and tennis balls. She can be shy around new people and other dogs, but once she gets to know you, she is a complete love bug.
Maddie needs a home that can dedicate the time and energy to figuring out her epilepsy. Maddie currently experiences cluster seizures requiring hospitalization at times despite the use of at-home rescue meds. She will need a calm, patient, loving family who can understand and help he with her medical issues.
Interested in adopting Maddie? Please visit www.huskyhouse.org to fill out an application today!
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