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In shelter Dog

Chester Springs, PA, 19425
Pet name:
Brown / Chocolate
Extra Large
Coat length:
A little over a year ago, Penelope, now a 4  year old Boerboel/Rottie mix came to our rescue after being badly mauled by a large dog. After getting fixed up by our vets, she was adopted out to a loving home.  Sadly, due to no fault of her own, she was returned to us after almost a year in the home. While we are sad for her, we just know that the right home is out there for her.

She is an active girl that is just the sweetest, happiest girl you could meet. She allows all handling and has been a model patient when recovering from her injuries, and a perfect girl ever since.  We cannot stress enough of how wonderful she is! She is so loving and gentle. She really is a gem and the perfect girl.

She will come chipped, spayed, vaccinated, dewormed and 4dx tested.

***If you are serious about adopting, you must first complete and submit an application on our website. We will not do anything without a completed application. Her adoption fee is $450**

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