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About Cori

Meet Cori

Cori is a fun loving girl who has had a bit of a rough patch lately. We got word of Cori living under a trailer in a trailer park. She had found an opening in the home and was sleeping in there for warmth. We set up a trap and once caught quickly discovered she was injured. Upon X-rays it was discovered that her hip bone (Femoral head) was out of socket. The vet clinic was able to put it back into place and she has been on crate rest for 4 weeks while she heals.

Cori currently lives with dogs and cats and can be selective. We are thinking she probably needs a home without cats as she likes to chase them and pin them. She seems to do great with dogs her size and who respect her space but she also can be a very playful dog with other dogs. Cori is about 45lbs. Quiet in her crate and house broken. She has done well with kids and likes to play dress up and get all the attention.

Cori has been vaccinated, spayed and microchipped. Her adoption fee is $175. I do want to note that there is a chance that her femoral head could pop back out. If this happens, an FHO will be needed. We would love a fenced yard for her. Please apply on our website. click on adoptable pets then adopt under her picture.

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