Picked up by a concerned citizen, our Maggie was fortunate enough to be fostered by them for 2 months. After honing her social skills and taking care of some of her medical needs, Maggie was brought in heartworm positive in the hopes she could be treated and find a new family. Well, we have treated her; now it's up to you to fulfill the second part. Maggie can be taken in by her new family today as a foster to adopt. Check out this awesome program; you won't be sorry. Maggie of course is spayed, current on core vaccines and microchipped.
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