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Bernadette was a stray picked up my a kind hearted person in Memphis. She has been spayed and given her shots. Her heart-worm test showed she is microfilia negative but occult positive. She has started treatment for heart-worms and started Heartguard. Very sweet and mild-mannered. Crate trained. 4-5 years old. The woman who caught her is 76 years old with cats and is fostering Bernie right now, but really needs her adopted. A large dog is a bit too much for her. If interested email firstname.lastname@example.org for adoption application. My Facebook page is Sweet Strays Rescued
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