I am already spayed and up to date with shots.
Most people think courage looks all busy and boy’ish, with weapons and lots of flash and bang. But you know what courage really is? It’s making a stand, taking a chance, in the face of overwhelming odds. Courage is not about bravado. It’s about being afraid and doing something anyway. And really, what did Abby have to lose? Emaciated and starving. Injuries. Lonely and homeless. But, still, her sweet, loving spirit prompted her to take the chance to approach people, hoping for help. What she got was hate and terrible cruelty. But, on a hot September day, just the right person read Abby’s story and went out to find this sweet dog and to get her off the street. And another great person offered to cover Abby’s vetting. Now, there’s room for one more in this story….just the right person to foster or adopt Abby.
Abby is a two-year old female Rottweiler mix. She's at 63 pounds and gaining. She's gentle around people and responds well to training and affection. Eye injuries have healed but left her with impaired vision. She has been fully vetted and is being treated for heartworm. Her spay will be donated- waiting for a little more weight gain. Looking for a foster or adoptive family to help Abby on her final step of her journey... a loving furever home!