Adoption Fee: Donation (includes spay/neuter, microchip, vaccinations)
Lupita (a.k.a. "Cheetos") was turned into the Fremont shelter, with another similar dog. She came in with a possible old broken jaw injury, that healed on its own (she can still eat and drink fine). The shelter spayed her, removed some skin growths, extracted a few teeth and cleaned the remaining teeth (she has about 4 left). Her tongue hangs out the side of her mouth. She also has mild cataracts, but they don't seem to impair her vision. They did blood work, and everything checks out fine. She has no problems with her knees. For an older gal, she is pretty healthy.
Lupita is outgoing and friendly with people. She follows her foster humans around the house, and enjoys a chance to sit on an available lap. She doesn't mind other dogs of any size or cats.
She probably needs a quiet home with no young children to live out her final years.
For more information about Lupita you can contact the foster dad directly
510-459-0396 (cell / text)
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