Allie came into rescue in late November after she was found injured on the side of the highway. Due to blood loss and hypothermia, she was already going into shock when she was found. Her back left leg was fractured and showing signs of infection, and eventually had to be amputated. Allie has fully recovered and is now looking forward to her new family and life as a Tripawd!
Allie loves people! and is always happy to go for a car ride with you. She is a calm girl and her favorite thing to do is hang out and explore the yard. Allie is house trained and is very well-behaved. She listens well and responds to commands.
We have some requirements to accomodate her special needs and ensure her safety:
- A securely fenced yard / no invisible fencing (she loves to be outside but can't be trusted to stay in the yard)
- A home with minimal stairs (going up stairs is a bit of a challenge)
- No cats or small animals (she will chase)
- She gets along well with the dogs in her foster home (she can be a bit reactive to bigger dogs at first but does okay with proper introductions)
All Dogs Unlimited Rescue dogs are spayed/neutered, up-to-date on all shots, and are given a monthly flea/tick and heartworm preventative. Upon adoption, all vet records and any current medications are provided to the adopter.
THE SUBMISSION OF YOUR APPLICATION DOES NOT GUARANTEE AN ADOPTION NOR DOES IT OBLIGATE YOU TO ADOPT. Multiple applications are accepted for any available pet and a home is chosen that is the best match between the available pet and the potential furever family. Your application will be processed as quickly as possible and if approved, a home visit would be scheduled. No adoption is final until an Adoption Agreement is presented and agreed to by both parties.
Our goal is to find the right match of our dogs to their new family so all involved are furever happy! Questions: email email@example.com
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