We found Dream at a carolina shelter laying on a bed. She had no fur and a fever. We welcomed Dream into rescue and rushed her to our veterinary partners where she received treatment until she was ready enough to make the trip north. Dream is now in foster and is ready to find her Forever Home! Dream's is good with kids, other dogs, and ok with cats, she will chase them if they run. Dream does not like being in a crate, and is not destructive when left home alone. She is up to date on shots and will be spayed prior to placement in her forever home. If you would like to adopt Dream when she is ready for you, please put your application in here: http://www.rescuedogsrocknyc.org/general-application
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