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In shelter Dog

Madison, AL, 35758
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This precious big girl (almost 70#) was found, as too many are, thrown out like garbage, but shes a true gem.
Shes been vetted but shes had to be treated for the deadly heartworm disease because her owner sadly didnt think she was worth a cheap little pill once a month to prevent her from getting the disease. 
Here in the Deep South, its a losing gamble to not give prevention.
She is feeling much better and has pretty much recovered from the treatment, but shes still a pretty chilled out dog.
She doesnt like other dogs to come up and get in her business but she wont seek them out and get in theirs.
Shes more a loner and prefers to be the only child. 
Shed prefer a forever home, but at least a foster home since shes in boarding.
We cover everything for the fosters.
(Heartworms are NOT contagious for those unfamiliar!)
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  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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