I Have A Special Sponsor!
We received dozens of pleas from all over the state to help June. Her sad eyes said it all. Even though we know that it takes a special individual to adopt a senior dog, we couldn’t turn our backs on this loyal companion. Named for the month that her new life will begin, June has already earned the devotion of our volunteers. June has told us that she wants to be the only canine queen in her castle, but in return, some lucky person will have a true friend.
June is active and plays with toys. She loves to go for walks but she could use some work on her leash manners. Her ideal home would be as a single dog with a retired person, senior citizen, or someone who is home a great deal.
UPDATE: June 20
Since June’s rescue, we learned that she had a rather large mass on her chest and our wonderful vet, Dr. Earl, successfully removed not one but FOUR large tumors. The tumors were so big that it required that a 5″ x 14″ piece of skin be removed from June’s abdomen. June is recovering in the hospital and she is expected to be back on her feet in a couple of weeks.
UPDATE: July 15
June is recovering from her surgery in a cozy foster home. She is grateful for every small kindness, and she is making great progress. We know that it will take a special person to adopt a senior girl, but if you are looking for a loyal, affectionate companion, don’t pass up this gem! She loves to give kisses to let you know how special you are! We are asking a $300 adoption donation plus $25 donation for microxchip fee.
To arrange to meet June, please complete the online application first and then contact Dforsyth@socal.rr.com