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GCCR Rescue No: 718
  • Status: Adoptable
  • Birth Date: February 11, 2014
  • Age: 3 years old
  • Color: Blenheim
  • Gender: Female
  • Weight: 22 lbs
  • OK with other dogs? Yes
  • OK with pre-teen children? Yes
  • Source: Breeder
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  • Adoption Donation: $500

***UPDATE: Ladybug is being assessed medically for symptoms of SM and possible surgical intervention. Please look for follow up.*** Ladybug is a friendly and happy girl. She loves being with her humans and will follow them everywhere. She loves to cuddle and may even try to sneak in a few kisses. Ladybug likes to go for car rides and gets super excited when she sees her leash. She will look out the car window for a few minutes and then snuggle in for the ride, no matter the distance. She is very social with her foster siblings and follows them around in the yard. She also likes to curl up next to them during nap time and will even let them eat out of her dinner bowl. When it comes to bed time the big bed is a must! Ladybug does not like being crated and will bark through out the night. She snuggles up close for the night often sharing the pillow with you. Laydybug has the medical condition Syringomyelia. An MRI is scheduled in June for further evaluation. This is a life long condition that will require daily medication. This condition doesn't slow Ladybug down; she's always ready to go for a walk, but too much excitement can cause Ladybug to exhibit symptoms of SM. Ladybug is a super sweet girl, looking for a forever home that understand her needs and accepts her with these needs.

Special Needs

Ladybug has symptoms of syringomyelia, currently controlled by daily medication.

Available to Adopt