AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION!
If you want to fall head over heels in love, Meet Cupcake! She is a very special little girl, only 8 lbs.and about 8-10 yrs old. This foxy girl can be feisty and active, loving her long walks and playing with the other pups! She is good with cats, too, as long as the cat is king or queen! The BEST thing about Cupcake is that she is a total love bug, snuggling in on your lap, and sleeping right next to you, if you let her. She exudes a precious sweetness that is irresistible! She is also crate trained and potty trained. Everyone who has met Cupcake has fallen in love with her.
Cupcake came into the shelter with a condition called “dry eye” which is very uncomfortable. The SPOT team has been working with the specialist to determine how best to manage her dry eye. When she came to SPOT, her vision was minimal, but since some special eye drop treatments, a good diet, and tons of love, Cupcake's vision has improved significantly. She does require drops several times a day so the ideal home for Cupcake would be one in which someone in her new family is home most of the time, or who can take her along on longer outings. Cupcake would also love another pooch in the home. Her foster mom says she feels much more secure when she has another four legged companion. She will bring abundant joy to the lucky family who adopts her! Adoption fee: $175. Fee includes her spay, current vaccinations, and microchip. For an adoption application, visit http://spotsavespets.org/adoption-application-dogs/ or email SPOT at firstname.lastname@example.org to meet Cupcake!
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