UPDATE: The eyes are the window to the soul. When you look at Free, that is what you see. This girl has been through so much in her life and she is ready for something to go right for her. She is ready to find that family who will love her forever no matter what. She was recently attacked by another dog and it really hurt her psyche so at this time I would recommend she go to a home with no other pets. However, she will be tested again when she is ready so if you are interested and h ave other pets please don't hesitate to contact us. She may look a little beat up, but she is not broken, her heart is pure. She loves people and has already bonded well with us so all it takes is a little effort to win over her trust and she's forever devoted to you. She has handled car rides excellently and has had no accidents in the house. She will do best with a family that is active, she is 6 years old but is an active well muscled little Pit Bull. Please look beyond her past and see the future this dog can have! Miss Daisy Freedom is waiting for you!
Meet Free (aka Daisy)! Just look at this beautiful girl! She is very sweet and friendly that is approx 6 years old. She is a petite girl weighing about 50lbs. She can be quite silly and loves to give kisses! Free is an easy calm girl. She is definitely a volunteer favorite! Free came into the rescue after an urgent plea by a college student that was desperate to save her! This wonderful human being saved her from a family that was giving Free away that was going to euthanize her when the last day came and no one had taken her. She was so desperate to save this dog's life that she slept in her car with Free for 3 days! She could not bring Free to her parents' condo due to the breed discrimination of the condo association. She did not have any money, no food for herself, but made sure Free was ok! Free is heartworm positive, and has had treatment which the rescue covers the cost of treatment even after adoption. She was in a play group at her foster's home with a male and female dog. Meet and greet with other dogs in the home is a must. A forever home would be a dream for her!
If you would like to donate to Free's heartworm treatment and much needed vet care, please donate here: https://www.youcaring.com/happy-days-dog-and-cat-rescue-646786
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