I'm spayed and house trained, and am currently staying with some really nice foster families who have other dogs. As you can see from my pictures, I'm kind of a ham.
Miley has a condition called meningitis. She is being treated with great success and her prognosis is very good. She does require several different medications and although we are hopeful she can be weaned off of them slowly, she does need to continue with them for now. Because vaccinations can be immuno-suppressive, her vet doesn't want to administer anything else at this time. She has had her first set of shots already.
Miley really likes to play with other dogs and even though she's a bit wobbly, it doesn't slow her down or cause her any sort of pain.
She's really a nice little dog and will make a wonderful addition to someone's home.
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