already spayed, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
Beaux Yeux Matters's Info...
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
Beaux Yeux Matters's Story...
Beaux Yeux Matters's Story...
Every Life MATTERS !!!!
The "MATTERS" transport was anonymously sponsored by a couple who have been tremendous supporters of Joyful Rescues for a long time. They wanted us to name this transport in a way to honor all transports and how much every single life means...especially the ones we can't save. So, we chose to name this the MATTERS transport, because every single one of their lives matters! Heartfelt thanks to this couple for generously sponsoring this life-saving transport!!!
Beaux Yeux Matters was born about February 3, 2012 (see below *) and weighs about 55 lbs. She adores us humans and is wonderful with the other dogs. This silly girl is sure showing us the fun side! We feel strongly she's never had a chance to have fun before, we feel she has always been chained out back to a dog house and loved from the kitchen window. She is learning about being in the house. She wants in so badly, we open the door and pull her in, she stays awhile and goes out the dog door to what she is used to. We are doing this routine more and more each day and eventually she is going to be as comfortable, more comfortable, than what she is used to. Why we feel she's been a lawn ornament dog is because she has severe wear on all incisors and lower canines are both fractured close to the gum line. Dr. Rasnake said it is what it is and nothing more needs to be done at least for years to come. Lawn ornament dogs chew on rocks and their dog houses because they are bored almost to death! This morning I saw her run, twirl, and play bounce just because, no one was even around her - it just felt so darn good to do!!! Oh, if you don't like dog fur on your clothing, furniture, and occasionally in your food....this girl is not for you. We just love her and am so glad she made the journey. The staff at the high kill southern shelter do not ask questions on intake as the community is poverty stricken and this is the major reason for pets ending up there. The staff feels it is embarrassing to ask too many questions so we are truly guessing at breed and we will be learning as we go as will you. Her name means beautiful eyes in French. NOTE: * Joyful did get a second opinion on her teeth and again they are what they are and he felt there was no pain or discomfort. However, he did feel her age is more inline with 8-10 years old. He also notices some normal, early, aging cataracts coming on and her left eye may have a bit of dry eye. Again, the age is all guess work. The Adoption Fee for this dog is $225.00.
Adoptions fees vary based on adoptability. In general our fees include spay/neuter, all age appropriate vaccines, Home Again micro-chipping & registration, worming & flea control - a "complete" pet. We accept CASH or Visa/Mastercard ONLY.
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