ID Number: 6058
Breed: Shepherd / Mixed (short coat)
Age: 5 Years 6 Months (Birthdate: 12/16/2016)
Size: 46.5 lbs. (Medium)
Other: Spayed, Vaccinations current, Microchip
Exercise: Moderate Exercise Needed
Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor Only
New People: Friendly
Dog Friendly: Yes
Cat Friendly: Yes
Adoption Fee: $250
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Learn More About Senora
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Size: ~Medium range: 26-60 lbs
Adoption Donation: $250 (applicable sales tax included). Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check.
Other: Spayed Female, Vaccinations current, Microchip, Not Apartment-friendly
Senora is a sweetie looking for her forever home to give her all of the love and treats!
** Senora was diagnosed with a perineal hernia, a condition seen in dogs in which the pelvic diaphragm becomes weakened. For Senora, this resulted in the displacement of her bladder. The cause of this condition is not completely understood, but in her case, the veterinarian suspected either trauma or damage during whelping. Senora had surgery and the perineal hernia was repaired, this surgical procedure creates a new pelvic diaphragm. At that time Senora also had a bladder tacking to help to keep her bladder in place, as it had been displaced for so long.
Due to the possible trauma, Senora has some urinary incontinence, this is well controlled with daily medication, the cost is about $44 for a month's supply.
** Senora may also have some allergies, this seems to be managed with Benadryl, 50mg twice a day as needed.
Foster Home Feedback
6/25/2022 Foster Feedback: Senora is literally one of my easiest fosters ever! She is extremely calm and quiet in our home, a champion passenger in vehicles, dog and cat friendly, and loves people young and old! Senora is also 100% potty trained, you can kennel her or leave her to free roam without getting into mischief…and best of all she is a compact 46 pound medium size with short legs so only stands knee high! We were at an adoption event last night and she loved all the pets and belly rubs she got.
We are summering at the lake and Senora loves to lay in the shade and quietly watch what’s going on in her surroundings on cooler days or take a nap in the air conditioned cabin after a walk on the hot days. When we are in town she loves to patrol my fenced backyard waiting for a pesky squirrels to run the fence top. A fenced yard would definitely be a plus for Senora.
Get your app in quick…she’s a keeper!!
6/4/2022 Foster Feedback: Senora is the perfect houseguest and such a sweet dog. She LOVES car rides, walks, and trying out new places to nap.
She is fully potty trained, is a total ham when meeting new people - rolls over for belly rubs, and is an all-around easy-going pup. She even watched the UPS guy drop off a package and didn't make a peep!!! She just tilted her head and looked at him as he complimented what a good girl she is.
Whoever adopts this little girl will be one very lucky family!
4/18/2022 Foster Feedback: Sonora, “Nora” to us, is the most laid-back dog I have ever met (and she is foster #41 for us) doorbell rings, people come in, and our resident dogs bark their brains out and Senora wags her tail! She is potty trained. Senora has full rein of the house with no problems. She sleeps on a dog bed on our bedroom floor, gets along great with our dogs, and has no resource guarding. She loves every human she has met, kids and adults.
She had some incontinence problems when she first came to the rescue, but we have found the correct dose of the medication she’s on and we have had absolutely no problems! I crush the tablet and stir it into a tablespoon of peanut butter and she licks it right up. She knows to sit before I put down her food dish, give her a treat or put her on her leash. I know she would love a fenced-in yard, but we don’t have one so I walk her typically twice a day. I take her out on a leash to go potty and she piddles right away. The walks are poop and sniff walks!
She has so much love to give and whoever snatches her up will win the pup lottery!
3/8/2022 Volunteer Feedback: This girl is very intelligent. She likes to watch people and cars as they pass by. She’s got short legs and is a pretty small dog and has the most adorable wiggle butt.