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In shelter Dog

Spring, TX, 77380
Pet name:
Boston Terrier
White / Cream
BACKGROUND:  This perfect little angel came to us in December 2021, and what a ride it has been. Abigail was diagnosed with a mast cell tumor, which we had removed. Without clear margins, Abigail has been under the care of our primary veterinarian and an oncologist. She has had every test under the sun, and basically will just need to be monitored for any possible MCTs in the future.  Abigail also has heartworms, and is receiving conservative treatment with monthly Advantage Multi. 

As you can see, she is loving life with the Rivers family, her foster family, while awaiting her forever home. Abigail is estimated to be around 5 to 6 years old.

ADOPTION INFO:  Precious Abigails adoption fee is $395.00, which includes all vaccinations, surgery, spay, microchipping and other medical care received while in rescue. If you would like to adopt Abigail or any of our other rescues, please complete an application on our website at:

FACEBOOK:  Be sure to keep up with all of our new arrivals and rescue activities on our Facebook page:

FOSTER:  Foster parents are always needed. If you are interested, please complete an application on our website and just note FOSTER at the top:


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