Adoption Fee: $250 + 100 spay / Neuter Deposit
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Hi. My name is Hera. My fur mom was a Husky and my dad was shepherd/elkhound cross. . I am mostly brown with darker points. I don’t get pushed around by my brothers because I am as big as they are. I can be a little shy at first, but when I am comfortable, I am ok. I love to play tug and wrestle even with my big foster brothers! I come when mom calls, usually, like to do my business outside and sleep in an open kennel. I'm a rambunctious girl despite being one of the smaller ones of my litter!
** Important information: Hera is part of a litter of 10 that require a special kind of adopter. Soon after coming into care, 2 of their litter mates began exhibiting signs of a condition called "Laryngeal Paralysis", a genetic condition and an unfortunately serious one. Hera has not displayed any symptoms of having inherited this condition, and our veterinarian tells us this gives us good reason to be hopeful that she never will. Research into LP shows that in its genetic form, it will present by 8 months of age if it is going to, however, and we at BEDR know that is something each potential adopter needs to know ahead of time in order to consider carefully whether it's something they can manage along with all the joys and frustrations of a new puppy in their lives. We know there are 8 special families out there that will open their homes and their hearts for these beautiful little souls while we all wait for the next few months to pass and confirm our optimism in their enjoying a healthy, happy life.
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