Chloe is a 10 lb female Rat Terrier/Chi-X. She was brought into our vet clinic by someone who had found her and believed she had been dumped. Covered in fleas and ticks, fecal test showed two types of parasites, and after a skin scrape we discovered she she had a pretty good case of demodex mange. As we also did a heartworm test and thankfully it was negative. She stayed at the vet clinic for several weeks until a foster was found. In that time she was dipped several times to treat the mange, received wormer for the parasites, treated for the fleas and ticks, and started on prevention for fleas and HW. She was also spayed & given her parvo/distemper, bordatella and rabies vaccination. Now all recovered, she is a very sweet girl and longs to be close to someone. She does well with other dogs and appears to be good with people of all ages. We are not certain about her behavior with cats as we have not had her around cats yet. She is working on house and crate training.
If you are interested in adopting Chloe please see the instructions below to submit an application. Adoption for Chloe will be $200.00 To ADOPT you will need to go to our website @ www.furgivingheartsrescue.com Go to the FORMS page of the website and click on the button to download the application adoption. Then you can either save it to your computer or print it. If you save it to your computer and fill it out on the computer you can email it back in. If you print it and fill it out you can scan and email it back or fax it. To fax it in please send it to 903-705-7727 or email it to our email address at; firstname.lastname@example.org If you know someone interested in applying for adoption and they do NOT have access to a computer and are not able to access the foster application or adoption application please send us a private message we can make arrangements to get them one. Thank you!!!
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