Angie (Lou)

 

Precious Angelina came to DAWG in May of 2018 in serious need of medical care. She had numerous mammary masses, foxtails in her ears, and was in desperate need of dental surgery. After her exam, bloodwork and radiographs she got whisked off to anesthesia for a dental surgery, foxtail removal from her ears, and a partial mastectomy. Once done with surgery, she was on her journey to being the happy, healthy girl we knew she could be! We're HAPPY to report that her biopsy results were clear, and she had a seamless recovery at DAWG. Angie is one of many dogs who are now free from being in pain and unhealthy because she received fantastic medical care from our veterinarian, Dr. Zaboly in our on-site vet clinic and the rest of the DAWG Team. The best news is that this little lady went home with her new family who are head over heels in love with her. Her new family had this to say:

We adopted Angelina (Now named Lou) about 4 months ago. It did not take her long to get comfortable and feel at home. She is a super cuddler who always makes us feel so loved when coming home from a long day at work. She is so well behaved and was so easy to train with how we wanted her to act in our home. She always lets us know when it’s time to go potty as she stands next to the front door and does the cha cha. She has brought so much happiness into our lives!

We can’t thank DAWG enough for making the adoption process so seamless. We knew she was the pup for us right away and the staff made this dream a reality! 

-Daniel & Ashley

 
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