already spayed, housetrained, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, not good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am already spayed, housetrained, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, not good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I Will REALLY LOVE YOU!
Zoe was born about November 15, 2007 and weighs about 32 pounds. Zoe isn't perfect, she came into us extremely frightened of us and everything here. Which we realize can be a lot to deal with but most dogs thrive with all the fun. It took Zoe awhile to decide to love us, but once she did she REALLY loves us and is a wonderful lap warmer and the temperature outside doesn't really matter, she will warm you anyway. Perhaps her adjustment problem was so bad as she couldn't believe her humans dumped her at a shelter! We feel strongly that Zoe will need some adjustment time and understanding to adjust to one more home which we all hope will be her forever home. Zoe did receive a ton of medical care from her previous owner because, well....Zoe also has seizures. She has been here a year now and we've only seen one. It wasn't the lightest seizure we've seen and it wasn't the worse we've seen. It lasted about 3 minutes total and she was fully recovered by the next morning. Zoe did come with meds, but since she was so freaked out on arrival and there are 8 acres here for her to run from us she didn't get the meds for quite some time and now she loves us we don't feel the meds are all that necessary. You and your vet may disagree and decide to put her back on what she was taking and there are good medical notes to assist. Zoe is happy, social, and loves it here now, but she truly does deserve a real home again where there will always be her own human lap available. She is very good with cats. The Adoption Fee for this dog is $100.00.
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