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August 4, 2012 - 63 went

Saturday, Saturday, Saturday! AUGUST 4th

LILY - available from A Leg Up Rescue

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  • Suzanne A.

    LILY - - Meet Lily. She was found dripping wet in her kennel in the Porterville Shelter. This little stray was cold and scared and all alone. As she stood shivering, she caught the eye of her now foster mom Kate Singleton. She left Porterville behind and started life here in the SF Bay Area! She's a perfect city girl. Lily loves going to outdoor restaurants and befriending everyone who walks by. She's been perfect when she's gone to work for the day! Lily is a fun dog. She hikes, plays, wrestles, and snuggles. Lily's favorite thing to do is rassle with the other dogs in her foster family. She can play 30-40 minutes non-stop. It's a blast watching Lily having so much fun! And when none of the dogs will play with Lily, give her a toy and she'll keep herself busy! Lily is house-trained. She knows how to use a doggy door and piddle pads. Lily gets along with men, women, small dogs, big dogs, and cats. And Lily adores children, so a home with children who are good with dogs would be great for Lily. It is important to know that Lily does have special needs. Just as life was going in the right direction, Lily suffered seizures. Lily takes her medication (phenobarbital) and does so with no problem and is doing fine now. At her last check-up, the results were positive. Dogs live wonderful, meaningful lives with epilepsy. Lily has another special need and that is Chronic Dry Eye. This means she does not produce tears. Her eye needs lubrication applied to it since it doesn't make its own tears. She has eye medications both in the AM and PM. Giving her the ointment is piece of cake.

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