already spayed, housetrained, and up to date with shots.
I am already spayed, housetrained, and up to date with shots.
Hello everyone, I’m Haley. I’m about 7 years old and I weigh 33 pounds. I was found, scared out of my wits, running down a busy highway. Luckily for me, a nice lady stopped and picked me up. She contacted AGB and they took me in. I was in rough shape. I had been on my own for quite a while and that is no way for a sweet and sensitive girl like me to live. AGB vaccinated me, treated me for fleas, hook & whip worms, spayed me and removed a growth they found. My hips were also hurting something awful and they have started me on medicine for that. I was malnourished so they are feeding me well which is something I haven’t known for a while. I also have heart worms. AGB promises to get me well and to help me find my very own family. That sounds like Heaven to me. All I really want is to be healthy, happy and loved. In return, I will be your best friend, protect you and love you with all my heart. What do you say? Does that sound like a good deal to you? If so, I hope you will put in an application and tell AGB you want to meet me, Haley. PS…If you can donate to my medical fund, I would really appreciate it. Thank you!
Adopt a Golden Birmingham is a volunteer, nonprofit organization dedicated to finding warm, loving permanent homes for Golden Retrievers in order to prevent them from becoming strays or adding to the shelter overpopulation. Golden Retrievers, regardless of medical needs or age, will receive comprehensive evaluation, spay/neutering services, veterinary care, behavioral training if required, and safe passage into a permanent loving home.
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