Liberty showed up at our front gate on July 3rd, very skinny, limping, with a very serious eye injury and cactus in her nose, tongue and face. She came right in the front gate, went over to the kennels, went in the gate, went to an open kennel and got herself a big drink and laid down. We have had her to the vet several times and she is now ready for a new forever home. She does have some medical issues, one of her eyes is cloudy, her knees are not perfect, but as you can see from the pictures it doesn't phase her. She loves to play with her toys, she gets along with the big male she shares her kennel with. We are not sure how she would do with small dogs or cats. She is very smart and a quick learner. She is fixed, current on her shots and is microchipped.
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