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|Rescue Me ID: 14-09-26-00727Avery (female)|
Avery, a 5-year old Schnauzer mix, came to us from a local shelter after she was dumped by a back yard breeder. She found herself abandoned, terrified and was completely shut down. Avery was also 100% blind due to mature cataracts. Because she had likely lived outside, she suffered from flea bite dermatitis and as a result, had no fur on her neck, chest, belly and rump. The skin on her hind end was hard, thick and cracked and she had a very bad case of kennel cough. After about a month, we began to see a change in Avery. As her cough cleared, her little stub of a tail began to wag as she welcomed her foster mother home. She had 'mapped' the house and soon she was able to move quickly through the house and had even discovered the dog door in back, which she went through with gusto. Soon she was running around in the back yard knowing instinctively when to slow down as she approached the deck steps or the trees at the back of the yard. Avery loved playing with the other dogs and was adjusting quite nicely. She even welcomed being held. Slowly, her skin softened and the fur began to grow back. Tests done by an ophthalmologist revealed that her retinae were intact which meant that if the cataracts were removed, Avery's sight would be restored. A generous donation allowed us to finally move forward with Avery's surgery which was done in early July. It is thrilling now to look into her dark and sparkling bright eyes and no longer see the cloudiness of the cataracts. Avery has celebrated the return of her sight by going on every car ride she can. Avery is undersocialized with people, but we feel she would warm to new people if given the chance. She welcomes attention and loves being held. She would do well in a quiet home with older children and perhaps another dog. Avery's adoption fee is $250. (Less)
Waldo's Muttley Crew
Hendricks County Indiana
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Schnauzer in Indiana|
Schnauzer Dogs can make good pets in Indiana if they match your IifestyIe. The Schnauzer is a thickly bearded, medium sized, Terrier type dog. Schnauzers are proud, vivacious animals. Schnauzers are protective toward their people and want to be the boss. It is important to thoroughly socialize and train a Schnauzer when it is a puppy. Schnauzers do fine with older kids. A Schnauzer needs lots and lots of exercise and a daily walk but can live in an apartment if its exercise needs are met.
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