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LOCATION: Ocala, FL
Hi my name is Angel and the foster that pulled me would probably disagree with that a bit.
I was none too friendly and since I was her first foster for ERU she was really wondering what she had gotten herself into. Anytime she would come near I would snap and try to bite her and since they determined I had a double ear infection at the vet she had to put drops in my ears. She could not do this by herself so even though I was none to warming she took me to the vet once a day for them to put the drops in my ears and took me on nice long walks even though it was not easy to get the leash on me.
I want to thank her for not giving up on me and continuing to care for me even though I was not the angel my name suggested I was.
I then was moved to another foster and things have been a bit different. You see I prefer men and really warmed up to my foster dad. I would let him put the drops in my ears no problem. In fact he would do one side and then I would get up and lay down on the other side for him to finish.
I am an Eskie mix and probably would say I have a bit more Pomeranian in me than Eskie but ERU took me in anyway.
I will need a home without children and someone who has patience to let me learn to trust them.
I am house broken, up to date on my shots and spayed. My ears are still healing as they were in pretty bad shape.
Do you have the patience and love to give me my furever home?
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