1/24/14 – Please welcome Suzie! She was surrendered by her owners because they could not longer care for her. She is now up to date on her vaccinations. SHe will be spayed next week.
She is four years old. We know she lived with a few other dogs. We do not know if she likes children or cats.
More info to come as we learn more about her.
Update 2/4/15: Suzie saw Dr Cross for an ortho consult and it was determined that she needs surgery on both knees.
Update 2/5/15: Suzie had surgery today and all went well. Dr Cross was able to spay her while he did her right knee surgery. She will have her left knee surgery in three months when she fully recovers from this knee surgery.
Update 2/7/15: Suzie moved into her foster home today. She loves giving kisses to her human foster brothers.
She will be ready for adoption once she recovers from knee surgery.
Update 5/9/15: Suzie went to the rainbow bridge this afternoon. Please keep us and her foster family in your thoughts at this horrible time.
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