Glacier is spayed, fully vaccinated, heart worm negative, dewormed, microchipped, current on her monthly prevention meds, and in overall really good health for an older gal. She was heavily matted so her tail and body has areas that had to be shaved, but her coat is already looking amazing and will continue to grow back in healthy and beautiful! She does sometimes seem not to hear well; could be Pyr. selective hearing or possibly some hearing loss given her age.
To apply to adopt this amazing lovebug the process begins with completing the adoption application at either our local or national site: www.nationalpyr.org or www.wix.com/gprofook/gpr
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