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Meg White   

In shelter Dog

St. Charles, MO, 63301
Pet name:
Meg White
Meg came to us in 2019 as a boxer mix puppy from Jefferson County Animal Control. She was originally adopted by a young man who ended up the subject of an animal neglect investigation after keeping Meg locked in a basement with no access to the outside, food or water. When she was found (as a 1 yo dog) she had to be hospitalized for weeks due to a severe skin staph infection and general neglect. We apologized to her, swore shed never feel unwanted again and thought her nightmare ended there. But no.

When Meg was hospitalized she exhibited pronounced signs of allergies (hair loss, raw skin, ear infections, staph, etc) so we ran an allergy panel and discovered she has 17 environmental allergies as well as food allergies ???? Due to her young age we decided to do the allergy desensitization protocol on her and have completed one kit and started on her 2nd desensitization kit. Her treatment currently consists of an allergy shot every 3 weeks (at home or in vets office) and keeping her food in an air tight container. Doing these 2 things manages her condition and the cost of the shots is about $250/yr. 

Her next (and latest) home has recently decided (after a year) that they do not want to give her allergy shots anymore and she has to go. This past weekend they let her out of their house and she ran away (but was found and returned by a neighbor) and today, they tried to get an animal control to take her ? So.... she is obviously no longer safe where she is and we failed her. TWICE! Ugh ?

Meg White is dog friendly and kid friendly but probably not ok with cats (shes never met one but has some prey drive). She is crate and potty trained and needs someone who is active and willing to exercise her. She is not a couch potato but is a great snuggler and would benefit from a refresher course in obedience which we will provide.

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