Kelsea   

In shelter Dog

Saint Cloud, Benton County, Minnesota...
Breeds:
Beagle, Mixed
Colors:
Lost or found date:
07/14/2021
Pet name:
Kelsea
Gender:
Female
Size:
Medium
Age:
Adult
Coat length:
Medium
Description:
Kelsea is such a lover. She loves her people and loves to be with them. Kelsea is a gentle soul that wants to be loved by you and love you right back. She is so sweet natured. She’s only got one rule- if you’re on the couch she must be up there with you. She loves to snuggle. If she wants to be pet by you, she will start petting you to let you know until you start rubbing her belly.  If she is not by you, you’ll find her in the closet sleeping on the floor. She likes other dogs, kids and her favorite is “her human” followed closely by her squeaky toys and treats. When she plays with them she makes the cutest noises, she almost sounds like she’s cooing!! Kelsea’s ideal adopter: Kelsea can be active and lazy at times, so she would love a family that could offer her both options. She would do best with someone who could take her on short walks. Or someone with a fenced in yard as she loves to gallop across the yard when she wants to.  Likes: Squeaky toys, cuddles, lunch meat, and sitting on your lap! Age:  6 Breed: Beagle Mix Weight:  23lbs Kid-friendly: Yes! Dogs:  Yes! Cats: Unknown. Crate trained: She is not crated at her foster home.   Potty trained: Kelsea is potty trained as long as she is taken out regularly – every few hours during the day and then again before bed.   Health concerns: Kelsea was hit by a car in April.  She had a fractured pelvis and fracture dislocation of the sacroiliac joint.  She is still healing from her injury, but very mobile. Just need to be cautious while picking her up.  Kelsea also has a left apical systolic heart murmur, which doesn’t slow her down any either! Adoption fee: $425 Our dogs receive heartworm and flea/tick prevention each month. Dogs that have stage 4 dental disease will receive a dental procedure in rescue. We aspirate all lumps and remove those that our veterinary partners suggest removing.  Adopters will be responsible for continued preventatives, follow-up appointments, and medications (if applicable).  $50 discount for seniors (65+) and veterans. Adoption fees help pay for the dog's veterinary exam, vaccinations (rabies, distemper, and bordetella), HW test, blood panel, a microchip, and spay/neuter if needed and additional health needs specific to each animal.

Location


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
 
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