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; ; Notes from the Sanctuary: Sequoia is a happy, loving and trusting young lady! She acts like a big (72lb), sweet and goofy puppy that just loves everyone and everything. She is very playful with male and female dogs alike and would love a home with another equally sweet and playful doggy companion, or at least one where she could have routine play dates with other dogs as she seems to think they are just the best thing since sliced bread! With people she is also openly sweet and cuddly and and so far does not seem to have a mean or alpha bone in her body!
; As you can see in her photo, this otherwise absolutely beautiful girl currently has demodex, which is a non-contagious skin issue caused by malnutrition which was clearly not treated. She was found as a stray and brought to an overcrowded shelter that began treatment and reached out to us for help emptying some of their kennels. Now that she is being treated for the demodex and secondary skin infection, her skin will clear up and her beautiful fur will fill back out..she promises to be a stunning dog! Sequoia does not have to wait for her skin to fully clear before going to her new home and we can send her pills home with her new family. She is otherwise healthy and is in very good spirits! She has not yet been spayed but she can be pre-adopted with an agreement to bring her into one of our vets for her spay appointment, at which time the adoption can be finalized.
; Sequoia was a bit unsure about getting into the car initially as she probably had not been on many road trips, but settled into the back seat very well for the hour long drive(aside from the couple of times that she attempted to give gentle kisses to the driver, which were t
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