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Shasta

Female Young Australian Cattle Dog Beagle (mixed)

If you have any questions about Shasta, please contact Angels of Rawley Foundation at arfadopt@angelsofrawley.org

Angels of Rawley Foundation

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About Shasta

Hi, I'm Shasta! I am available for adoption through Angels of Rawley Foundation. My story needs to be told cause my puppy life started out rather rough. I was left at Riverside shelter with a broken back and my back end was basically paralyzed. I was evaluated as never being able to walk and go potty on my own. Well, because my will is so strong, I started walking on my own and was rescued by ARF. My fosters worked with me and got me strong enough to walk and even run. Through my xrays, the break in my back has healed nicely, but my spinal canal is still filling in. This is VERY important, because when this heals, I should be able to potty on my own. Right now, I wear diapers while I'm inside the house, and my bowels need expressed about every 5 hours. I am a Queensland Heeler, so I am a herding dog. That being said, i need to be watched around stragglers cause I tend to nip heels. I feel my best atmosphere would be no kids or older kids who can handle me and understand me better. I am very smart so maybe agility classes would be fun to learn new things. I need  someone to keep me in check and contain my SNUGGLES. I love toys and just need the right furever home so I can give them all of my love.

If you think you are the right fit for Shasta, please fill out an application today or contact us with any questions about her care.  https://petstablished.com/adoption_form/4362/generic

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Details

Name
Shasta
Age
Young
Gender
Female
Size
Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Primary Color
Merle
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Housetrained
YES
Hypoallergenic
NO
Spayed/Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
YES
Ok with cats
Not Sure

Angels of Rawley Foundation

Fallbrook CA 92028

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Hi, I'm Shasta! I am available for adoption through Angels of Rawley Foundation. My story needs to be told cause my puppy life started out rather rough. I was left at Riverside shelter with a broken back and my back end was basically paralyzed. I was evaluated as never being able to walk and go potty on my own. Well, because my will is so strong, I started walking on my own and was rescued by ARF. My fosters worked with me and got me strong enough to walk and even run. Through my xrays, the break in my back has healed nicely, but my spinal canal is still filling in. This is VERY important, because when this heals, I should be able to potty on my own. Right now, I wear diapers while I'm inside the house, and my bowels need expressed about every 5 hours. I am a Queensland Heeler, so I am a herding dog. That being said, i need to be watched around stragglers cause I tend to nip heels. I feel my best atmosphere would be no kids or older kids who can handle me and understand me better. I am very smart so maybe agility classes would be fun to learn new things. I need  someone to keep me in check and contain my SNUGGLES. I love toys and just need the right furever home so I can give them all of my love. If you think you are the right fit for Shasta, please fill out an application today or contact us with any questions about her care.  https://petstablished.com/adoption_form/4362/generic show less