Meet Vivienne, born approximately July 2012, this Collie mix is all sweetness and cuddles. Vivienne was rescued from a local shelter because her front leg wasn't right and they were going to put her down. Vivienne saw a specialist who determined amputation is the right choice for her; She suffered an elbow break a while ago that was never set therefore the joint is prone to chronic pain and early painful arthritis. We want Vivienne to live the full and happy life she deserves and we are getting her the costly amputation she needs. Vivienne is a joy to be around and her foster mom is working with her on crate and house training. She would make a wonderful addition to any home. Her adoption donation is $250 which includes her current vaccines, spay, and microchip. Though available for adoption today, she will remain in the care of her foster mom until she recovers from her amputation. Please email email@example.com to...
More about VivienneUp-to-date with routine shots • House trained • Primary colors: Sable, Brown or Chocolate
Vivienne's Contact Info
Carolina Pet Adoption & Welfare Society (PAWS), Charlotte, NC
- (704) 916-9138
- Email Carolina Pet Adoption & Welfare Society (PAWS)
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- For more information, visit Carolina Pet Adoption & Welfare Society (PAWS)'s Web site.
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