Carmen was found as a stray at a local dumpster. She was in horrible shape but her puppy, who was with her, was near death. After months of vet care and lots of TLC, Carmen's puppy survived and has since found his new home.
Carmen is an extremely gentle soul who loves to just be held and doted on. She's very sweet and knows how to cheer you up when you're down. Carmen is a bit apprehensive upon initial meeting but will warm up to you within seconds.
Carmen gets along well with other dogs and tends to be more on the submissive side.If you're looking for a very calm, sweet girl Carmen is your girl. She would do great in an apartment.
Carmen is current on all her vaccinations and is spayed.
At her recent vet checkup, Carmen tested positive for heart worms. She is currently being treated using the Slow Kill method.The slow-kill method is a less evasive method that requires keeping Carmen on a monthly heart worm preventative, which should be done anyway. Other than her heart worm status, Carmen seems to be very healthy
If you are have time and love to give this wonderful girl, please submit an application to www.socorescue.com.
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