Terrier, Mixed
Black with White
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If you have been following our social media you already know our Mabel!  Mabel was originally in a high kill shelter and was supposed to euthanized on 01 /12/20 at 6 pm. Everyone rallied around her on social media trying to save her life. One of our worker's fiancee saw the pleading and called us to see if we can Mabel's life. Judy said, "Go get her."  Long story short- Mabel has been saved!  Since she has been with us, Mabel has gone through a procedure to remove a tumor on her mammary gland and has been to the vet a few times in hopes to figure out why, when she starts walking does she start to choke and cough? She has finally seen a specialist who has figured out that she has an elongated palate with epiglottic entrapment and has a collapsed cervical trachea that we have had surgically repaired.  Because of her extensive surgery, the vet has said that she needs to be in a low energy and quiet home. She must ALWAYS wear a harness if she is on a walk as she can not have anything around her neck to protect her throat. Mabel does not like other animals, so she must be the only one in her new home.   Mabel is heartworm positive and has started her treatment of doxycycline, which is used for the slow kill method. It is a very successful method that we have used many times.    She would do best in a home with a fenced backyard to safely romp and play in and with owners who luv on her. Mabel is at that golden age of 8, wehre she still has many years of loving companionship to offer her family without needing a whole lot of exercise- she is way passed the crazy puppy and young adult zoomie energy bursts~    Please put in an application to come met Mable and take her for dog4day and see how great she is! We are sure she will win your heart and you will want to return and adopt her:) 


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