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Miss Maisy is such a happy go lucky girl, who loves hanging out with people & other dogs.
She isn't a set & forget dog, she needs people around her & a 4 legged friend to play with would be great as well.
She hasn't had much in the way of training & has been shuffled from place to place, so a home where she has stability would only benefit her.
Maisy is always happy & excited to see some one & has become one of our favourites due to her enthusiasm at meeting new people.
When Maisy first came into care she had a bad case of dermatitis due to her neglect & poor diet. With treatment she is recovering & is growing back a soft, shiny coat.
She may still need medicated baths for a short while, but otherwise is a happy healthy girl.
If you would like to adopt a country pet there are a few requirements.
A chat with the foster carer is the first step to determine if the pet is the right one for you and your lifrstyle. A yard check while having a meet and greet is the next step and if all is satisfactory for all parties the adoption can go ahead.
The perfect home for each individual pet is essential, and the decision about which new home the pet goes to is made by the foster carer.
This pet has been adopted and found love with its new family.
The rescue group has removed this pet and it is no longer available for adoption.
The rescue group is no longer taking adoption applications for this pet.