Babe is a 10 year old husky/shep mix (she looks very much like a blonde husky) who was found near death by a good samaritan. Poor Babe had been shot and the wound was starting to fester. Thankfully, she was taken in for veterinary care in time to safe her life. The good samaritan was unable to keep her and brought her to us to find a new home. Babe has made a full recovery from her injury-the leg that had been shot droops a little but it does not bother her nor slow her down in the least. Babe is a very friendly, outgoing and affectionate dog. She is a true testament that most dogs do not hold grudges about their previous mistreatment-she loves everyone and just has a great temperament. She is very sweet and loves kids-she is calm and would also be good for a nice older couple looking for laid back companion. She is good with most other dogs as long as they do not bother her around food or treats; she has shown no interest in cats either way. She is intelligent and learns quickly. Babe is spayed, current on shots, on heartworm prevention and crate trained/housebroken. After everything she went through, Babe really deserves a good home. If you think that could be you, please visit our website at www.myhstco.org to read our adoption criteria/adoption fees, download an adoption application and read about our rescue group. We do allow out of state adoptions but we do not ship or transport sight unseen pets. We prescreen all applicants prior to a meeting.
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