Roslyn was an owner surrender to the shelter in Ingham County in March and was then transferred to the shelter in Charlevoix MI in April.
When Roslyn first came to us, she started to have grand mal seizures - 5 in a 24 hour period. At first it was thought she was having a reaction to her pain meds after she had 3 mass cell tumors removed, but now the vet is thinking she might of had a bad reaction to her flea/tick preventive. After getting her seizures under control and monitoring her, she has been doing good since. Her teeth were very bad and has had a good teeth cleaning and several teeth were removed as well. We are slowly weaning her off of her anti seizure meds as we believe she truly does not need these now, and will be carefully watching her at all times. The mass cell were a grade two (low grade cancer) and the vet was able to get clean margins (they got it all). So she is good there too. She is currently being treated for a bad UTI but is on the proper antibiotics to take care of that too.
Roslyn is a very quiet girl. She always looks to be so sad so often. She has been slowly coming out of her shell, little by little; showing some sparkle in her eyes and wagging that nub of hers quite often. This girl just wants complete human attention. She wants to be by you at all times, and be rubbed anywhere she can get it. She does not mind being crated at all, and never even barks at all either. She is great with the dogs in her foster moms home. We believe she would be fine around cats too. She has been around them a couple of times, and doesn't really give them much attention. She is very people oriented, listens well and walks GREAT on a leash. You don't even know she is there; never pulls on it. She is an exceptionally sweet, very stellar girl. She is simple, a precious, precious girl that looks up at you and says "love me". She loves her food and will gladly take a treat anytime too. She loves going for a car ride and will happily wait by the door when she knows she is going bye-bye.
She is spayed, current on all vaccines, heartworm negative, been treated for parasites and is microchipped. Her adoption fee is $200
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