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MEDICAL HOLD - Sweetie is currently on a medical hold - see notes below
BREED: Papillon mix
AGE: 3 years as of Dec 2016
WEIGHT: 10 lbs
NOTES FROM FOSTER FAMILY:
MEDICAL HOLD - Sweetie came to us after being hit by a car. She had damage to her pelvis and nerve damage to her left rear leg as a result. She has had surgery (December 8th) and the pelvis has been repaired. We will not know for a number of months if her left leg will regain use. She is on medical hold for a MINIMUM of 3 months or could be up to 6 months depending on how her leg progresses. If her leg is still not functioning within the 6 month time frame she will unfortunately need to have it amputated. We are trying to give the nerve time to regenerate and she is getting physical therapy daily.
Due to all of the above she will not be available for adoption for 3-6 months depending on how things go - we will post updates as we have them and also post on our Facebook page if you would like to follow us there as well.
If you are interested in adopting please Complete our Adoption Application by copying and pasting the following link into your web browser: http://www.caninecastaways.org/#!adopt/c6mv
The following has been or will be done for this dog...
- Basic Exam by Veterinarian
- Spayed or Neutered
- Heartworm Tested
- Placed on heartworm preventive
- Basic Bloodwork
- Intestinal Parasite Exam and medication
- Placed on Flea preventive
ADOPTION DONATION: $250
This adoption donation helps to cover the vet expenses for this dog including heartworm preventive which is dispensed at the initial vet visit and then goes with the dog at adoption. All vet records will be provided to adopter.
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