Col. Potter Cairn Terrier Rescue
Hannalee is waiting for her admirers to get their applications in, so she can go to her forever. We are so happy that we were able to address all of her medical issueS. She is feeling better than she has in a long, long time. Her skin has completely cleared up, and the fur on her nose and tail is growing in nicely. She gets lots of compliments on our walks. Her bladder stones were of the type that require a low oxalate diet, but we found a kibble and wet food combo that meets those requirements and is of high quality. Her weight loss continues to help her be more energetic and mobile. Bath days are a hoot and like her foster brother, she enjoys chasing and popping balloons. Hannalee is ready to begin her new life in her forever home - won't you consider sharing that with her?
FOR LOTS MORE INFORMATION ON HANNALEE ENTER OR COPY THIS LINK ONTO YOUR WEB BROWSER:https://www.cairnrescue.com/store/dogs/
HANNALEE is being fostered in AMBRIDGE, PENNSYLVANIA in a PRIVATE FOSTER HOME but we allow our dogs to be adopted out all over the United States and Canada!
LEARN OUR 'ADOPTION FAQS': Any questions that you may have about our adoption process, fees, transporting a dog, and our policy not to adopt to families with small children, can be answered at our main website or going directly to this link:
IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT YOU READ THE FAQ'S BEFORE COMPLETING AN APPLICATION.
ADOPTION APPLICATION LINK: https://www.cairnrescue.com/adoption-application/
MEET ALL OF OUR AVAILABLE CAIRNS : https://www.cairnrescue.com/store/dogs/
**** FOSTER HOMES NEEDED! ****
YOU can make a huge difference by fostering just one dog. ONE dog, ONE time a year = ONE life that could be saved! Each and everyday we have the opportunity to save more Cairns in need, but we can't do it if we don't have the Foster Homes to place them in. Would you like to learn more on how you can help?
'Saving just one dog won't change the world, but it surely will change the world for that one dog.'
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