Farrah is not the best around other dogs. It takes a long time and a gradual introduction protocol to get her settled into a relationship with other dogs. While she can live with other dogs, it will take work to get her there, so unless you really know what you are doing, we are seeking a home where Farrah can be the only dog and queen of her castle.
She is spayed, testing heartworm negative, on monthly preventive, and is up-to-date on her vaccines. Give this girl the glamorous life she was meant to have!! Her breeding days are done!
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