Eeva has had a terrible life so far and is looking for a forever home.
When we first got Eeva w e decided that she needed a name that meant something and we finally decided on Eeva which means Life. We chose this because even with the terrible life she has been dealt she still has a a whole bunch of life left in her.
She hd been chained outside most of her life, her ears were docked (probably with a knife or scissors) all the way to her skull, she has scars all over her body, she had severe skin and ear infections, she was severely underweight, partially deaf, and she has mammory tumors from being bred countless times. You would think an animal with this much pain and suffering would be angry or mean, well Eeva is the exact opposite! She loves everyone she meets! She especially loves the vet office, because everyone loves on her and she can't get enough! She is dog friendly and loves kids!
If you have room in your home and in your heart for this sweet girl please fill out our adoption application at Found-nation.org
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