Spirit was brought into county on Monday evening about 9 pm. Americas freedom paws went to county on Tuesday to do an evaluation and we decided we would save this life as she is a very kind soul. Spirit was due to be PTS on Wednesday morning.
Spirit arrived at our house about 430 pm on Tuesday and we immediately took her to our specialty vet Pet Urgent Care on Cave Creek and the 101. Spirit came home that night around 1245 am.
Spirit is healing nicely, as you see Sprit was most likely uses as a bait dog, which is very sad, and miraculously she survived. In surgery the Vet noticed some burns so they shaved her back so they could heal. Someone has burnt her with chemicals.
Spirit has tested negative on heartworm, valley fever and tick fever. Spirit is only 12 months old so she is still a puppy although weighing in at 55 pounds she is done growing tall but will possibly fill out more. Spirit loves her humans, loves kids and loves to go on walks, play fetch and ride in the car. Spirit is potty and kennel trained. Spirit likes small dogs but is hit or miss with big dogs. Spirit deserves the best life with kids and people who like to take walks. Spirit is a great dog, looking for that perfect home!!!!!
If you are interested in meeting Spirit Strong, please contact Diane at
602 308-9503, her fee is $180
Spirit is chipped vaccinated an of course spay.
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