Special Dog Needs a New Home – Owner Moving

Posted by on Mar 13, 2017 | 0 comments

Let me introduce you to Grace. She is a 2.5 yo Lab/Pit mix (55-60 lbs) and she is a Tri-Paw, which means she has only 3 legs (right-front leg amputated). But, let me assure you – It Doesn’t Slow Her Down! I adopted her from Petaluma Pet Pals.   She is up-to-date on all of her shots (I have all the paperwork.) and she has been spayed.

Grace is a loving and affectionate dog and would do better in a home without other pets. She does get along with other dogs most of the time. She seems to do better with MALE dogs and we had 3 cats, who lived in harmony despite Grace’s playful taunts and chases.

She is a great dog!  So why am I giving her up? I’m moving to Costa Rica in April and won’t be able to take her with me. Grace is unsteady on slick floors – tile, hardwood, linoleum, etc., and is better suited for a home with carpeting. In CR carpet is rare – that and the threat of snakes, poisonous frogs and the like are too much of a risk that I don’t want to expose her to. I’m heart broken to have to give her up, but it is for her best quality of life that I’m looking to re-home her.

I’m offering Grace to a good home for $100 along with her kennel, leashes, collar and harness.

Please contact Susan at 415-847-0947 to arrange a visit with Grace.

 

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