Her story is not an unusual one. She was hit by a car and wound up in the shelter, and Florida Urgent Rescue (FUR) pulled her and got her medical care. She's doing very well and recovering nicely, and she's now ready to meet her new family.
Note: All adoptions start with a one week sleepover, so you know everything there is to know about the dog before finalizing the adoption.
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