Daphne is a 4 year old stray from a coastal SC shelter. She appears well cared for, although a bit thin right now. She does have a Canadian microchip but attempts at contacting the registered owner were unsuccessful. No one came to reclaim Daphne, so now she’s with GEBR and will surely find a perfect furever home, where she will be loved and pampered for the rest of her life.
Daphne is sweet and docile. No indication that she is dog aggressive and although interested in cats, did not lunge at the resident cat at the vet’s office. She and Shorty got along well, although we did have to use care because Shorty was still intact and we aren’t sure if Daphne has been spayed. She looks a little puffy in the hiney, so may be about to go into heat. Daphne will be spayed ASAP!
Daphne is UTD on shots and heartworm negative. She must stay in quarantine for 2 weeks before she is available for adoption, during that time she will be spayed.
Sorry that several of the better photos are of Daphne are behind bars, this was the only time she was even marginally still…she was so excited after getting lots of attention on arrival to our vet.
Update 5/2/2011: Daphne has been adopted. Way to go Daphne!
Kelley and Sam’s Daphne is gone. She has had problems with reflux and developed aspiration pneumonia a few months ago and survived. Suddenly began having problems breathing. They took her to the ER, just sinusitis but kept her overnight to watch. Daphne went into full arrest. They couldn’t bring her back. Please keep Kelly and Sam in your thoughts.