A beautiful, senior dog has recently been diagnosed with cancer. The eight-year-old, named Meredith, doesn’t have a home of her own and staff at the Seagoville Animal Shelter, in Texas, hopes to change that.
The vet said Meredith could live months or years, we just don’t know. She is still a very spunky girl, showing no signs of illness. She loves to eat, sleep, lounge around on a comfy bed close to her people. She plays well with other dogs and cats.
Meredith is a loving girl with a fun and happy personality, and we just want her to live out her life, however long it may be, with love and comfort.
The shelter hopes to find Meredith a home which can accommodate her needs – including somewhere that she will not be required to “hold” her bladder for extensive periods of time (either a dog door to a securely fenced yard or with someone who is at home with her).
Are you interested in learning more about beautiful Meredith? Please call 214-682-0571.
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