Leandra is one of the lucky ones, a puppy mill dog who came into BCFS’ foster care program all the way from Ohio.
We think we’re pretty lucky, too, being able to rescue this young, friendly chihuahua and find her a loving home.
She just came into our care November 6th and we’re delighted with this sweet girl! Leandra is good with everyone, both two-legged and four-legged, and is settling in well.
Leandra is spayed and will be going to see our vet Dr. Rachel next week.
Leandra’s paw pads are irritated and sore, which is commonly seen in puppy mill dogs. With treatment from Dr. Rachel and a clean, healthy foster home environment, we’re hoping Leandra’s pads improve.
Barb sent us this new photo of Leandra and writes,
“Leandra is doing great. After a good night’s sleep she is running around. She is slim and not chunky like her pictures. The attached picture shows her sore pads.”
She’s available for adoption! Blink and you could miss out, we think Leandra is irresistible!
If you’re interested in adopting Leandra, please fill out an adoption application and email it to BCFS’ Adoptions Coordinator Silvana at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can learn more about Beaver Creek Farm Sanctuary’s adoption process here. Thank you for considering sweet Leandra!