Angels Among Us Animal Rescue announces a new Angel:
Caroline was pulled from a high kill shelter in TN where she was on the dreaded list to be put down. Her beautiful face and soulful eyes won us over and we were lucky to have saved her in time. She had a bunch of cuts and scrapes but has been the happiest little girl regardless. Caroline has had surgery (7/6/16) to fix her elbow which was broken for several weeks prior to her rescue. She limped but did not seem in pain which was surprising once we saw the x-rays! Now she is all healed up and in tip top shape, so she is ready to head to her forever home! Caroline is about 6-7 months old (born mid March), 35 pounds and has been spayed and brought up to date on her shots. She is a sweet girl, who loves to cuddle. She gets so exited her whole back end wiggles. She loves other dogs, and after getting to know them; also children. She is very shy, but has come a long way! She used to run away from strangers but now usually just walks around them. We're very proud of her progress :). She is a cute little mix; possibly a Patterdale Terrier mix as she is a gorgeous chocolate brown with a white chin. This girl will make a loving lifelong companion, you can see it in her sweet eyes!
Caroline has been transported north to New England for adoption. The adoption donation is $400 which includes a health certificate and transport north.
*Unless stated otherwise, all dogs will be spayed or neutered, on flea/tick product and heart worm prevention medicine (if older than 5 months) and micro chipped prior to adoption.
*Please note that while we do our best to accurately state the breed or breed mix of a dog, we often have very limited information to draw from. Identifying the breed without pedigrees and information on heritage can be very challenging!
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