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In shelter Dog

Dunkirk, NY, 14048
Pet name:
Labrador Retriever
Red / Chestnut / Orange
Why is this stunning girl still with us?!? Bella is a beautiful retriever mix who is approximately 3yrs old. She came to us in pretty rough shape. Bella had been allowed to wander and we are unsure if she ever spent time in a house. She was severely matted and needed to be shaved down. We soon learned she was positive for both Heartworm and Lyme Disease. She has gone through treatments for both while staying in a loving foster home and is now a healthy dog. Bella’s fur is finally growing back, and WOW, is she gorgeous!! She is now housebroken and learned to walk on a leash. Bella has been working on basic commands and her new owner will need to continue that with her. Despite all that Bella has been through, she is an incredibly sweet,loving girl.  Bella did not have a great start to her life but she is ready for a new beginning.  Bella’s new home does need to be cat free. If you are willing to give Bella the life she deserves and shower her with so much love that she forgets her past, please fill out our online application. Bella will be at SATURDAY adoption hours 12-3pm.
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  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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