Meet Porscha, the sweetest senior girl you will ever meet! Porscha was saved from a high kill shelter after her owner abandoned her there. This beautiful girl is estimated at 12 years old and weighs 9 pounds. She is house trained, leash trained, crate trained, and will do anything for a treat! Porscha does have only a few front teeth left and an old jaw fracture that makes it a task for her to eat. She does well with soft food that is broken up into smaller pieces and LOVES her food. This poor girl also has a collapsed disc in her back, but it does not cause her too much trouble as long as she is maintained on Metacam. Besides these minor issues, Porscha is healthy overall. Porscha just needs a retirement home where she can coexist. She does not like sleeping in bed and will try to jump out so we have been doing daily sessions of taking her to bed for a few minutes and loving on her, but she still likes to be on the floor or in her crate. She seeks out the man of the house for attention and enjoys being carried around and getting rubs. She does like the female of the home, but she really lights up when her foster dad comes home from work. This senior girl has lots of pep left in her and even runs around the yard or runs through the house when food is involved. She needs a calm home that will be mindful of her to ensure she does not jump down or fall.
To adopt Porscha, please submit an application at PomPaws.org. Her $250 adoption fee ($150 for senior citizens 65+) includes core vaccines (rabies, distemper/parvo, and bordatella), spay, fecal, heartworm/lyme test, microchip, blood work, dental cleaning, and all the love you can handle.
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