Meet Nutmeg! Nutmeg is a very sweet fluffy girl and is approximately 9-10 years young.
While we do not have a history on this beautiful girl, we know it wasn't a good one. Nutmeg was found wandering the streets sick, hungry and alone. This poor girl wasn't feeling well at all and was in constant pain due to a broken tooth and cysts covering her uterus. Our vet suspects she could have been used as a puppy mill breeding dog. Whatever her background- she doesn't have to worry about that anymore! All of her medical conditions have been treated and Nutmeg is feeling better and better each day as she recovers from her surgery to get remover her uterus and her broken tooth. Nutmeg does have a minor eye condition that will require her to take drops in her eyes daily. With a full belly, a warm safe place to stay, her medical issues resolved, and lots of love- this girl is blossoming.
Nutmeg gets along with calm dogs. She seems to like her foster kitties a bit too much and will chase them from time to time, so a home without cats is preferable. She does great with older children as well but as she is a calmer girl, she would prefer a house without small children. Nutmeg does well with house training as long as she's kept on a schedule and she simply LOVES to go for short walks. She walks well on a leash and does good riding in the car. She is playful at times and will enjoy a game of fetch or tug o war with her foster sister. Nutmeg does shed minimally and will require regular grooming. Nutmeg deserves all the best! She just wants a family to call her own who she can snuggle with and be the princess that she is!
Nutmeg is spayed, up to date on vaccinations, micro chipped, heartworm negative, and on monthly flea and tick and heartworm prevention . Her adoption fee is $200.
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