Gracie was hit by a car and left untreated. She was removed as part of a cruelty case. When we heard of her plight, we pulled her into rescue and rushed her to our veterinary partners. She is approximately 4 1/2 years old, 30 pounds, up to date on shots and spayed. Our veterinary partner performed an MRI and have determined that she indeed suffers from old injuries now healed. Surgery will not help and is not an option. She wil be receiving hydrotherapy and other physical therapy to help her regain her strength in her back legs. She has not had it easy but has come so far, she even climbs the stairs with ease. Gracie would do well with a lazy resident cat. She's good with little dogs as well. Gracie would do well with a larger dog if there is a proper introduction. She can be protective of children so no other dogs should be present. Her foster mom says: Gracie does not need much. She is so sweet. She would love her very own person to cuddle on the sofa with. If you would like to foster or adopt Gracie, please put your applications in here: http://www.rescuedogsrocknyc.org
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