Gracie came to us from Texas and was found on an abandoned porch luckily just in time. Her temperature was so low that it didn’t even register. We are so thankful to amazing vets who saved her life. Gracie lives every day to its fullest. It is like she knows that she was so close to losing her life. She sure is an itty-bitty pittie but she doesn’t know it. She has such a huge personality and tons of love to give. She was never a pet and isn’t sure how to play with toys like other dogs but sure loves to run and will play with her humans in her own way. We can’t wait for Gracie to be loved in a home of her own!
Gracies special needs are that she has a spine genetic disorder and sometimes if she is too active she loses feeling in her back legs. She is on medication to help with this but she doesnt have any pain and wow it sure does not stop her!
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