My name is Hanna.
Here is my story, I was picked up by a local animal control officer 5 times and my family came and got me up until this last time ...and they left me...I was in a HIGH KILL shelter. A local rescuer pulled me and now I am with BFF.
I am a sweet girl, love belly rubs and with that German Shepherd going on...I am very smart. I am a slow gentle girl. The Great Pyrenees is based on the fact that I have double dewclaws. (see photos of back feet).
Now if you will look closely, you will notice what appears to be a deformity of my left front paw. That is an old injury. At some point I had my foot/leg broken and was given no medical attention. The pain was horrible and it healed incorrectly.
On Oct 26, 2021 I was spay, received all my vaccines that are needed, placed on heartworm preventative and my right front leg was amputated. I will be microchipped before going to my new home. My adoption fee is $250.00
I am listed as special needs because I am what is referred to as a tripod, now that my leg has been amputated. .I am in a foster home and it is reported that I am doing well, with the dogs there and even the cats. I am a sweet well mannered girl.
There is an application process and a home visit will be required.
PLEASE REMEMBER WHEN ADOPTING A PET, IT CAN BE A 15++ YR COMMITMENT. ADOPT RESPONSIBLY!!!
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