CHLOE came to the shelter following the death of her human mom. Chloe is handling her grief as well as can be expected, and we are doing all we can to help her through it, so this nine year old can get on with her life.
When a dog loses a family member, it helps to establish a routine similar to what she had before, but in Chloe’s case, we are starting out fresh. Chloe is house trained, and we found out today she is thrilled when we open the car door and invite her to go for a ride! We’re hoping we can get her seen by a vet and figure out all of her little lumps and bumps. We would love to have Miss Chloe in a foster home, where she could lose some of her 86 pounds as it would probably help her feel a little better. Would you be interested in either adopting or fostering this lovely spayed gal, and helping her on her weight loss journey? We were told she is a Dalmatian/sheltie mix but of course have no documentation of that. What we do know is that she is happy to be around other dogs and will fit well in another home where there are nice dogs.
Please apply to adopt or foster by going to our website here: friendsofcampbellcounty.org
PLEASE NOTE: This pet has been posted by Friends of Campbell County Animal Control, Rustburg, VA. For questions about the pet, please email us at FOACinfo@gmail.com. All adoptions begin with an application, found under the "Animals" tab on our website, friendsofcampbellcounty.org. *Unaltered babies under the age of six months can be adopted only to residents of Campbell County, the City of Lynchburg, and counties touching Campbell County. *Unaltered adult pets six months or older will need to be sterilized before they can be adopted outside our local area of Campbell County, the City of Lynchburg, or counties touching Campbell. *We do not promote dog adoptions to homes where an invisible fence is the fencing of choice. *We do not permit cats or kittens to be declawed following adoption.
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