Rachael – ADOPTED

Rachael - ADOPTED

Weight: 9 pounds
Location: Newtown, PA
Nicknames: Ray
Good with other dogs?: Yes.
She loves every living creature
Good with cats? yes
Good with children? unknown, will not be adopted to a home with kids under 10
Activity Preference: Will go with the flow, other: loves long walks with other dogs
IQ: Smart
Rachael’s favorite things: Rachael loves long morning pack walks, she adores other dogs and saying hello to strangers. She is amazing on a leash and can keep up with all of the other dogs.
Rachael is good at: meeting people, meeting dogs, staying in a crate, behaving in the house, going for car rides, walking on a leash, cuddling, playing, following commands
Ideal home: another dog, a fenced yard
Training Needs:
Health issues: Rachael has a slightly enlarged heart and she is on medication for that. It is very minor and her Pimobenden (meds) cost $42 a month. The Cardiologist gave her a great report and said this is nothing to worry about. Better safe than sorry. She had a mammary mass removed. 2 of the 3 biopsies came back benign. The third was localized and malignant but not attached to anything, got clean margins and did not attach to any lymph nodes and the biopsy report said it in not likely to return. Happy to share all medical records. She is spunky, happy and feels great!

Meet Rachael

Rachael is a big dog in a little 9 pound body. She has a crush on her 130 pound foster brother and follows him around like a little high school girl. She goes for long walks every morning and has no problem trotting along with all of the other dogs. Rachael is house trained, uses an ex-pen when needed without complaints. She loves a bath and her daily brushing, after you brush her she spins in circles and does a dance! This little angelic girl came to us from a shelter when her person was moving. We couldn’t have gotten luckier. She provides constant amusement. She is requesting a home with another K9 brother or sister!

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