I am already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Bio Info: Female, Medium, about 1 year old, good with kids, Looks like a Dalmatian and lab mix to me. She has the goofy young lab personality and the Dalmatian spots. Very soft coat.
Health: Rabies, Bordatella, DHHP, frontline at Bethany 10/17/06
ALL medical work at Bethany Animal Hospital
Bio: Sweet Shiloh was found running in and out of rush hour traffic. She was scared and unsure what to do so kept trying to cross six lanes of traffic. After accepting help she rode like a champ to the vet and was a sweetheart through her check up and vaccinations. Despite ads being placed no owner came forward to claim her and now she is ready to find her forever home where she will be safe for the rest of her life. Shiloh has been fine with the other dogs in boarding and loves attention and belly rubs. She has excellent kennel manners and keeps her kennel very clean. Shiloh is a young dog and will need regular exercise and a safe place to call home. Please make sure you are ready to commit to Shiloh for the next 15+ years and through all life changes as this sweetie needs a forever commitment where she will never run loose in the streets again.
UPDATE: Shiloh is now in a foster home and is doing great. She is in foster with a young child and another dog and is great with both. Shiloh is recovering nicely from her spay. When she was being spayed a large lump of very recent scar tissue was removed from the top of her head. This left her with 7 inches of staples down the center of her head. This should heal nicely and will probably leave a thin scar. The tissue was sent out for a biopsy to insure that it was just scar tissue. The biopsy results will be available early next week so please all keep Shiloh in your healing thoughts.