Meet sweet, spunky Viva, the 4 year old, 11 pound, Terrier mix from Texas. While in Texas, Viva was injured, most likely by a car. She suffered a neurological spinal injury which caused her back legs, bowel and bladder not to work properly. She was not able to walk or go potty on her own. Since arriving to Michigan, Viva and her foster mom have worked very hard to regain muscle tone and movement in her hind legs and are very proud to say, Viva can walk again! She has limited control of her potty, but has no problem wearing fancy diapers, or as Viva prefers to call them, 'undies'. She will need help expressing her bladder, but could potentially regain feeling and be able to potty on her own. Viva is current on vaccines, spayed, microchipped, and heartworm negative. She also just got a new hair cut that has brought a boost of confidence! Viva’s adoption fee is $250.00 For more information on Viva or for an adoption application, please email Project Hope at email@example.com
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