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Adopt/Foster Care

Adopt/Foster Care

Adoption donation includes spay or neuter, heartworm check, worming, necessary vaccinations, microchip and dental if needed

GCCR Rescue No: 718
  • Status: Deceased
  • Birth Date: February 11, 2014
  • Age: 9 years old
  • Color: Blenheim
  • Gender: Female
  • Weight: 18 lbs
  • OK with other dogs? Yes
  • OK with pre-teen children? Yes
  • Source: Breeder
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  • Adoption Donation: $500

LadyBug is a friendly and happy girl. She is discovering a whole new world since her surgery and is behaving like a puppy. She is exploring more and putting things into her mouth that she shouldn't. LadyBug will insisted in sitting next to you on the sofa, if not on top of you with her paws on your shoulders and her head under your chin. She is very determined to get all the attention and has no problem stepping on fellow fur pals to make sure she has your undivided attention. She will also demand treats, refusing to leave the kitchen until she receives one. She is very playful with her human at times. She snuggles and follows her fur pals, but at this time is not playing with them. LadyBug also like to sleep on the pillow next to her human at night. She has a need to be very close. Ladybug loves to go for car rides and is an excellent ride and begins snoozing before she even gets out of town. LadyBug walks well on a leash. LadyBug will require daily medication for the rest of her life. The surgery helped alleviate her pain and improve her quality of life immensely. However, she will continue to show symptoms of SM at times due to the damage that was done by the disease prior to surgery. LadyBug is a bright little girl. She has so much love give and you will feel it every time she looks at you.

Special Needs

Ladybug is post-surgery, and recovering very nicely. On June 28, 2017, Univ of Wisconsin Veterinary Care addressed her symptoms akin to syringomyelia by performing a foramen magnum decompression. She will continue on medications for a time post-surgery, costing about $70 per month.

Available to Adopt