She was at the shelter after she had been bit by another dog. The bites became infected and she was in critical need of vet care. In addition to that she has ‘puppy strangles’ which is an autoimmune disease – easily treatable with a round of steroids. The shelter only gave us 3 hours to get her out before she would be euthanized. Luckily one of our wonderful volunteers dropped everything and rushed to the shelter and drove 3 hours in rush hour traffic to get her to our vet. After several days of treatment she was cleared to go home and is now here with the rest of the LLR gang.
She’s a sweet, happy 2 month old pit mix puppy. She loves other dogs and is quiet and gentle. With each passing day she feels better and become stronger and more like a puppy. Our guess is she will be around 50 lbs at maturity.
Nova is a very special puppy who has been through a lot in her young life. She deserves a forever home that will love and cherish her.
Thank you for choosing to adopt and saving a life.