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Maggie – ADOPTABLE
Name: Maggie
Age: 1.5 years old (As of 7/25/2020)
Gender: Female
Breed: FMD/Shepherd mix
Weight: 34-38lbs.
Dogs: Good with dogs, but has resource guarding with food
Cats: Ok with cats
Kids: Good with kids
Housebroken: No
Crate trained: Ok in crate
Leash: In training
Brief Bio:

Meet Maggie! Maggie is a very tough girl who overcame so many obstacles already. She is an adorable 1.5 year old FMD/shepherd mix. Maggie is a mom dog who was a stray with her two little pups. They lived by a train station where they found shelter in nearby bushes and will eat scraps people leave behind and in the trash. She was a very good mom and would look after her two pups. Unfortunately one day while scavenging for food her back foot got caught in a clamp trap set out by store owners to keep animals and strays away. She was severely injured and drag herself and her pups to a nearby ditch to hide. She was there for quite some time before rescuers found her, but unfortunately her foot was severely infected and had to be amputated.

Maggie has since fully recovered and living with her rescuer along with many other rescue dogs. Her and her two pups are safe and learning what it’s like to receive human affection. Because of her past as a stray, Maggie has a survival instinct to guard and protect her food from other dogs. When there’s no food around, she gets along with other dogs. She also is great with people and children, but can be a bit shy at first. After opening up she is a very sweet girl.

Maggie needs a home who will be patient with her as she learns how to live in a home. We are looking for a home who understands the responsibilities of owning and raising a dog as a member of the family. Maggie is patiently waiting!

How to help?

If you have extra time on your hand and would like to help please consider volunteering! Rescue groups need dedicated volunteers to help with events, fundraisers, home checks, transports, etc. All of these things help enable the rescue to expand their network and help more dogs in need.

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