Meaning 'from the open plains,' Savannah is aptly named. She was found as a stray in South Carolina and found herself on the Euthanasia list when she was found to be Heartworm positive. Rescued by Doberman Underground, poor Savannah has a very bad reaction to the fast acting Heartworm meds, and we almost lost her. But don't let this beauty fool you...she is one tough girl!
Savannah is almost half way through her treatment, now using the slow kill method of regular monthly prevention plus doxycycline every other month and she is doing great. Doberman Underground will provide her doxycycline meds for the remainder of her treatment.
Savannah is about 5 years old. She loves to run and play, but settles nicely and will be mellow. Savannah is good with other dogs, but she'll need a fenced yard. She is great with kids, but no birds or cats.
Savannah is looking for the forever home she so richly deserves...is it yours? Adoption fee: $300 Apply online today!
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