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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: 812
  • Status: Adopted
  • Birth Date: March 25, 2014
  • Age: 5 years old
  • Color: Blenheim
  • Gender: Female
  • Weight: 16
  • OK with other dogs? Yes
  • OK with pre-teen children?
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  • Adoption Donation: $600

Update 5/30/2018 Mia still has another hip to do surgery on. Nancy her foster mom has decided along with gccr that it would be best for Mia if she stays with her and she will be adopting Mia. These hip surgeries and follow up visits are very lengthy and time consuming. Thank you Nancy for taking precious Mia and making her a member of your family. Mia’s foster mom always wants to call her “precious”…..because she is as sweet as they come. She runs and jumps around like any other dog, but has hip dysplacia and luxating patella. She is 16 pounds and 3 years old (her 4th birthday is in March), house-trained, loves other dogs, although she would be happy as an only dog with someone who is home a lot. She has a joy for life, and loves, loves, loves people. Her coat is growing out and will be beautiful and wavy. UPDATE 3/24/2018 Mia had her knee and hip surgery March 21, she came through with flying colors. But still has a long way to go at least 8 weeks for rehab. And then the left knee will require surgery. Mia will not be available for adoption for quite a while. UPDATE 3/31/2018 Mia is resting comfortably in her foster home. UPDATE 5/1/2018 Mia is doing very well with her therapy and follow up appointments. No date has been determined for her 2nd surgery, we will definitely give her time to get used to one good hip and knee.

Special Needs

Right Hip Dysplasia, Left and Right Luxating Patellas

Available to Adopt