DOB: 10/11 Weight: 60 lbs
Ruby was found recently after she had puppies. Those days are over as she is ready to live her new life as a family pet where she can be loved and focus on the good things. She is a gentle girl who does well with dogs and kids but has not been tested with cats. We are looking for a foster family to take her in so she can go through heartworm treatment. Yes, this poor girl has had a rough life so we will pamper her and let her know she is loved. Someone has sponsored Ruby and her $130 sponsorship will be used to send her to her new home with a bag of good food picked out especially for her, plus flea and heartworm preventative for the first few months. She will get a good start on a new life thanks to the generosity of her sponsor.
She has had a rabies shot, 7-way shot, bordetella and been wormed. She is spayed, microhippped and heartworm positive. She came to the shelter 10/16. She will start her heartworm treatment once we find her a foster home.
Our adoption fee is $130.00 and it helps to cover a portion of the dog's vetting costs. The adoption process includes the completion of an application followed by an interview.
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