2 year old Ruby landed in a crowded shelter in Kern county during a recent wildfire. As the fires worsened, the shelter needed assistance to free up space for other pets that were being displaced by the fire.
GSROC stepped up to save this girl, even though she was suffering from mange at the time. All that is behind her now. Thanks to the support of our donors and a loving GSROC foster home, she has conquered her skin condition. She is one pretty girl now.
She shares her foster home with a pug, some cats and a GSD. Of all her potential friends, the german shepherd is the one least interested in playing. That doesn’t stop our Ruby! She has made friends with the pug and romps with him as much as possible. When the pug is worn out, Ruby goes to check on the cats to see if they will join in her games.
Ruby is working on her doggy skills and walks easily on a leash. She loves car rides and is always ready to go for a quick trip with her family. She likes to explore and discover newt things with her people. Ruby will enjoy an active family who will continue her training so she can develop into the wonderful dog she is destined to be. She would love a home with another playful dog as this girl has lots of energy.
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