Bella Beagle   

In shelter Dog

Cuba, Allegany County, New York, Unit...
Beagle, Mixed
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Bella Beagle
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My Elderly Humans Had Health Problems.Bella was born about September 17, 2007 and weighs about 55 lbs.  She is here because her elderly owners were having health issues and none of the relatives could offer her a home.  Upon arrival she was overweight and had skin issues.  She wasn't ready to leave us right away, but now she has dropped some weight and looks and, seems to feel, much better and is more active than she was.  Her skin has drastically improved and, perhaps, the condition was due to stress, her food, etc.  Bella may be a bit long in the tooth, but she moves well and hears and sees well for her age.  She does have some lumps, bumps and a hanging thingy none of which bother her at this time.  Bella did have an untreated ear infection when she came that we've treated but will likely need more care going forward.  She did well going through having her teeth cleaned.  She is house trained, loves car rides and has done well with visiting children in her last life.  She has been amazing with all the other dogs. We are told she may have wanderlust if off leash so a fenced yard would be best or to walk her on leash and she does enjoy walks.  Bella also enjoys a lot of attention from her people and we are told she loves her biscuits....which are few and far between here at the rescue which might be why she has slimmed down so well.  Update: Well, we aren't always told the truth when dogs are surrendered to us and although she does well with the other dogs here she cannot be handled by humans likely why the family wouldn't take her in.  Her ears remain infected, but she has decided we will NOT be treating them. Did you know that there are very special dogs and cats who call Joyful Rescues home?  Bella is what some may call “un-adoptable .”  Joyful Rescues remains committed to our Sanctuary Dogs and Cats. They will stay with us for their natural lives and we will care for and love them. We will be their forever family. We wish we could do it alone but we need your help. We are looking for people who can help us with Bellas care. Please click the link below and donate. Bella thanks you.     Can't Adopt Me?  SPONSOR ME Look for the Link "Special Instructions to Seller" if you want to note a particular pet Before you seek to adopt a pet from Joyful Rescues, please read our Pet Adoption page Online Application


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