On Medical Hold for Heartworm Treatment
Hi friend! I am Angie, a gorgeous and incredibly gentle 10 year old yellow lab. I am a fabulous family dog! I am great with other dogs, cat, and kids of all ages. I'm a typically happy go lucky lab that adores everyone I meet. I am housebroken and trustworthy in the house, but I do have one big fear. I am terrified of thunder storms. I need medication to calm my fears. Fireworks, on the other hand, don't bother me. Just storms. I am a healthy girl, however I tested positive for heartworm. The rescue is treating the heartworm, however it will take several months to treat it safely. I will be ready for adoption as soon as my heartworm test is negative!
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