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; When Sequoia first came in, this otherwise absolutely beautiful girl had 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. Her skin has cleared up and her beautiful fur has filled back out!
; She is not hyper or in any way disconnected, but is young, active, athletic and playful and would benefit from positive reinforcement basic obedience training. Upon arriving at the sanctuary Sequoia did happy laps of glee around the back yard, stopping to cuddle and play with both the staff and her new doggy friend.
; She can easily (and joyously) be handled all over and did not show any potential to guard the treats that we were sharing with another dog. She is a fantastic dog that would be a great fit for a loving, active and training minded family!
; *Foster Notes* 3/6/17 Great girl, needs work on house training, chewing, and will pull on leash. She is very intelligent, loving, and great with people. She would be great for someone who is strong and willing to train her. She was very gentle with our 13 yr old boys but did not get along with our dog.'
; We are asking a $450 adoption fee for this sweet treasure of a dog! We will be tending to her demodex and feeding her well.... she is a delight and a beauty! Half the fee can be a tax-deductible donation, or up to $250 which qualifies for a My Mutt photo shoot and Ex-Large poster through our friends at Petfood Express!!
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