Hello, I'm Becky Too

Status: Not yet available for adoption
Animal Type(s): Medium Dogs
Gender: Female
Approx. date of birth: October 2003
Breed: Mixed
Intake date: October 6, 2010
Current location: Edmonton, AB
Spayed / Neutered: Yes
Energy level: Low
House trained: Yes
Good with kids: Unknown
Good with dogs: No
Good with cats: Unknown

UPDATE: My foster dad in the city has been working diligently to socialize and desensitize me to other dogs. He says I would be best suited for someone that is laid back and likes to go for leisurely walks. I am currently on medication for my bladder, and that will probably continue for the rest of my life, but the medication costs are not very much and it keeps my bladder healthy and stone free. I have been here a while and I am really am a very loving and gentle girl that deserves a home to call my own. Once you meet me and see how good I truly am, you will be hooked. Please call SCARS to meet me and maybe take me home forever.

Hi all! Becky Too here, and I am approximately 11 years of age and a Catahoula/Rotti/Lab-cross, or something like that. My story is that I was found on the side of the road with a huge gash across my throat and down my leg. I was bleeding everywhere and in pain, but SCARS scooped me up and took me to the Westlock vet where they did surgery to mend all of my wounds and also to remove 60 bladder stones from my bladder. I am well now and have SCARS to thank for this. Do not let my age fool you! I still have spunk and will offer any person an excellent companion. I walk beautifully on a leash, I am safe in the house alone, I am quiet, and I love to be with my people. My drawbacks are that I am nervous around young children, and therefore should go to a home without them. I am also not the biggest social butterfly out there when it comes to other dogs, so a home without other canine companionship would be the best. I have been here for a while now, and I am patiently waiting for my new people to find me and call me their own.

Please note: If other cats/dogs in your home are not spayed/neutered, we will deny your application. SCARS exists due to lack of spaying/neutering and it is our goal to end this cycle. If there is a documented medical reason for your animal to not be spayed/neutered, we will work with you.
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