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My name is Adora!

Labrador Retriever/Hound (Unknown Type) Mix Dog for adoption in Allentown, Pennsylvania - Adora
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Dogingham Palace Rescue/Allentown

Facts about Adora

  • Breed: Labrador Retriever/Hound (Unknown Type) Mix
  • Color: Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Female
We got a phone call from a friend who said someone had called her to ask if they would take this dog that showed up at there house. They said the dogs intestines were hanging out and if no one came for her they were going to put her out of her misery and shoot her. We of course rushed over to see what was going on. We rushed her up to our vets and found out she had a prolapse. Our vet tired his best to put everything back to normal and could not. He was no 100% sure she was fixed and said sometimes that can fix the problem. Our vet could not do the spay as he was dealing with back problems and could not stand over a table for surgeries for long. We called a clinic we go to, to see if they could spay her or check to see if she was spayed. Adora was in surgery with them for a couple of hours and they could not put everything back in either. With what she had going on, could lead to a very bad infection that could kill her. We called another vet begging for help to save her life. We sent pictures as it looked terrible and we had never seen anything like it before nor had any of the vets we went to. The third vet said yes she would do her surgery. The surgery took long than she thought and actually 2 vets worked on her to get it done as quick as possible. It was touch and go for the first 2 weeks as we did not want anything opening up and this poor girl just wanted to play. Today Adora looks great and you would not know she ever had any issues. We do not believe this is going to cause any problems for her to have a long healthy life. If you met Adora you would not think anything of what she went through. She acts more like a lab with her energy level. She is a beautiful girl waiting for that special place to call home. She is fully vetted meaning fixed, current on all shots, micro chipped. heartworm negative and on monthly prevention. She would love a fenced in yard to run and play in.

About Dogingham Palace Rescue/Allentown

Come Meet Our Pets...

Our rescue doesn't have an actual shelter building in your area. Due to this fact, it is not possible to meet them prior to their adoption. Our dogs are brought up to their new owners weekly! We have a 7 day no questions asked money back guarantee and the dog can be returned to us if things don't work out. We try hard to get good matches in our homes so that everyone has a happy life together! To date our rescue has placed hundreds of dogs!

Our Adoption Process...

Our dogs are mainly fostered in TN with loving families. We have many terrific dogs looking for homes! All of them are completely vetted and neutered/spayed (if age appropriate) and on heart worm protection. All of them come with complete medical records. Their adoption fee covers their complete age appropriate vetting and heart worm preventative as well as their transportation to your area.