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Maggie 2018-031   

In shelter Dog

Gainesville, Prince William County, V...
Pet name:
Maggie 2018-031
German Shepherd Dog, Mixed
Coat length:
UPDATE 1/22/2021:

Maggie is looking for a very specific family. She has a seizure disorder and is on medications for the rest of her life and will need blood work every 6 months. Due to the seizures, Maggie has had some loss of vision, mainly her peripheral vision. Her loss of hearing and sense of smell has returned. She is not good with steps, so the house would need to be with the least number of steps possible. She is overweight and would need a very special home.  She really enjoys having another dog in the home to play and cuddle. She would not do well with small children due to her vision loss. If you think that you have the time and the home for Maggie, please fill out an adoption application.



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