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I am already spayed, housetrained, and up to date with shots.
Meg is 15 years old, 21 lbs., black & tan, leash trained, housetrained, spayed, up to date on vaccinations, H/W neg. Doc will do a dental if needed prior to sending her here.
Meg has been boarded at the clinic over 40 days after her elderly owner had an accident. Following a second accident, there is no hope of the elderly owner going back to her home. Both her dog & cat were taken to Doc for euthanasia.
Doc said even though Meg is very old, she has quality of life. She has cataracts, yet doesn't bump into anything. She is a staff favorite, so they want a place for her to spend her final days or months.
Meg will have a new home for the holidays until her fur-ever home comes along or until the trip to the Bridge.
12-21 Meg has arrived. She came with complete vet records, had a fresh dental with extractions, & we had her microchipped. Our scale reflects 15 lbs., so she may have lost a few pounds or it is the difference in scales.
Meg is definitely a nice mature girl. She may be a cairn terrier mix, we just are not positive, neither is Doc. We just know she has a lovely mellow personality.
Meg rode very quietly in the front seat, walks well on the leash, is definitely housebroken. She will whine to go outside. Yeah!!
Meg has ignored the resident cat, gets along with the other fur-kids of all sizes.
12-22 Meg had a make-over by Polly's Precious Paws, a new groomer in Cole Camp.
12-23 We have noticed that Meg also appears to have diminished hearing, which is quite normal considering her age.
If you can relate to Meg on vision/hearing problems, then this fur-girl is just waiting for you. She won't be any trouble as her favorite activity is a nap curled up on a rug by the door. She is always ready to go for a walk, gets around fairly well.
12-25 Merry Christmas from Meg. New pic by Karl showing her make-over. Not to be alarmed, her hair will grow back out.