Hi there! I'm Harmony, and I am a very lucky girl. I was found wandering the streets by a good Samaritan, and taken to animal control. I was in horrible shape - nails grown into the pads of my paws, a raging skin infection, plus eye and ear infections to boot. I also had puncture wounds all over my body, and had terrible teeth. Young at Heart took me into their program when no one came looking for me, and I began an intense treatment for my infections. It's been many weeks since I first arrived, and I feel great! My eyes and ears are all cleared up (though I will be on eye drops for life now, which is no big deal), and my skin is healing nicely. It will take a while for my hair to grow back, but I don't mind. I feel so much better! I am really good with dogs once I get over meeting them. I am not good at meeting new dogs, but I happily live with 2 dogs in my foster home. So, anyone who meets me who has another dog needs to be patient. The vet and the rescue are pretty sure I was attacked by another dog, causing the puncture wounds on my body when I was rescued, so my response is a fearful one. Once I realize I don't need to be scared, I'm fine! I'm also good with kitty cats! And I am so stinkin' sweet and cute that everyone loves me! I am still on medical hold as the rescue works with the vet to get me to 100%, but otherwise I am doing great and will be up for adoption shortly!
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