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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: 777
  • Status: Adopted
  • Birth Date: January 22, 2011
  • Age: 7 years old
  • Color: Blenheim
  • Gender: Female
  • Weight: 15 lbs
  • OK with other dogs? Yes
  • OK with pre-teen children? Yes
  • Source: Owner
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  • Adoption Donation: $400

Hi my name is Hannah, I am a sweet loving girl. All I want is to be loved and given affection. Yes I let my foster family know by using my voice (that's a bark) My left legs give me trouble sometimes, but I am very agile. I can jump up on the couch, climb up on the back, and even jump up on a brick wall in the yard. (My foster mom is always watching and ready to catch me if I misstep) I am on medicine to make me feel better when I overdo it. I can walk 1/2 mile with no problem at all. My job is to check out all the sights and sounds when I am on my walks. I am ready for my furever home that will love me and give all the affection I need. Best if someone's with me most of 24/7. Fenced yard would be nice, but if you go outside with me and walk me on a leash that would be fine too.

Special Needs

The vet heard a heart murmur at a Grade III on a scale of VI; murmurs at this level are considered mild absent any symptoms of failure and do not require medication. A baseline xray shows slight heart enlargement. As for any Cavalier, the presence of a murmur should be monitored each year. Hannah's gait is ungainly, due to badly healed leg fractures front and rear, and loose knees. Bad healing has become permanent and surgery would be difficult, and traumatic; GCCR will not proceed with surgery. Hannah has done well with chiropractic adjustment, relieving strain transferred to her neck and pelvis.

Available to Adopt