UPDATE; Ash has been spayed, is up to date on her vaccinations, gained weight, is housebroken and is ready to be a great family member.
Ash is a black and tan, medium sized female (stands no taller than a border collie) who is delightful, playful and loves to get kisses. She was owner surrendered August 3, 2016 to a high kill shelter, emaciated and very pregnant. At that point RSPCA could not leave her in such a precarious state and accepted her into the foster program where she gave birth approximately 1 week later to 7 healthy, beautiful puppies. Her puppies have been weaned, she is rabies vaccinated, started general vaccinations, dewormed, gaining weight and will be spayed prior to adoption. This delightful girl has left us confused as to why anyone would surrender her. She is a quiet dog who rarely needs to bark because she has a face and eyes that relay any and all expressions. She lights up in an extraordinary way. To add this lovely lady to your family complete an application at randolphspca.com
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