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In shelter Dog

Hartford City, IN, 47348
Pet name:
Boston Terrier
DOB: 12/16/21
Sex: Female
Weight: medium
Breed: American Staffordshire terrier
Date of Intake: 12/14/2022

Ivy is a real good girl and she is crate trained but still has accidents in her crate, given she was an outside dog. Its gonna take her some time and patience. Ivy loves to give hugs. She is thankful to be inside with people. Her energy level is medium, but she calms down quickly. Loves to get all the attention. She is treat motivated and she would learn quickly. Shes a really sweet girl and she loves squeaky toys and balls. She does like dogs not sure about cats.

Ivy is a special and precious girl. She came to our shelter in mid December and she is just now becoming available. She has an internal medical issue with her female parts so we have been watching her closely and providing detailed care to help her heal until she was ready for her special family. Ivy will need a home where she can be a normal pup but maybe at a more relaxed level for a while while she continues to heal. She has had a vaginal drip since the day we brought her into the shelter. Her vaginal area is very irritated and for some reason will not heal. She has had exploratory surgery and many other tests but nothing has given us answers. The good news is that she has gotten better and the drip is very minimal. She is a unique case and no vet can pinpoint exactly what is wrong with her, however, she has survived the odds and we feel she is ready to be in a home and be loved. She will more than likely need medical attention for a while or life, so she will need someone who can reasonably provide for her financially. She is a little over a year old and we believe her to be a boston terrier mix? She is super sweet and loves all people and would more than likely be ok in a home with other pets.If you are interested in adopting this pet please visit to complete our online adoption application.


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