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Raven 2

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Entered: 10/25/2014
Status: Adopted
Age: 6
Color: Black/White
Weight: 50 lbs.
Gender: Altered Female
Location: Louisa, VA
Health: UTD, HW-, benefiting from medication for seizures, treatment for ear infection complete
Temperament: Good with people as young as two, good with other dogs, good with cats




Raven 2's Story . . .
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“Raven will beg a little at dinner time, but who cares--she is so cute!“

Raven came to MAESSR when her Pennsylvania family could not afford the vet bill and medication necessary for her seizures.  Since coming to her foster home, she has had no seizures nor displayed any health issues.  Raven is a sweet girl who loves everyone and has settled into her new digs, including three other dogs, with no problems at all.

This beautiful gal has free run of the house and at night sleeps on a dog bed in her foster mom’s room. She is housetrained and will stand at the door when she needs to go out.  Her foster home has a doggie door, but so far Raven has only been willing to use it coming back into the house—a girl never knows what kind of trick that sneaky dog door might pull!

Raven will beg a little at dinner time, but who cares--she is so cute!  No counter-surfing, trash diving or any inappropriate behavior from this doll baby.  When the dogs are taken out of the yard to run around on the farm, the new girl in town stays close enough to keep an eye on her foster mom. She loves to go for walks and car rides and becomes so excited when the leash comes out.

Raven would love to have a family of her own.  She’d fit into almost any home with ease and “nevermore” would she roam.  Would you like to add this black bird to your nest?  Winter’s coming and she’s ready to find a cozy, loving spot.