Khaleesi and MAGSR thank these Sponsors for their generous support:
Khaleesi came to us as her prior person is being stationed out of the country and could not take her along. Wanting only the best for Khaleesi she was surrendered to us to find her a loving family. Khaleesi has lived with another male GSD and got along fine. She is reported to be very friendly with people. As she is new to us we are still learning more about her, please check back for updates.Update:
Khaleesi is doing very well in her foster home. While examined by one of MAGSR's wonderful veterinarians, they reported that she was painful in her end, and after preliminary radiographs have diagnosed her with hip dysplasia, so Khaleesi is currently on a medical hold until she can be evaluated by an orthopedic surgeon. Check back on Khaleesi's profile for more information on her status as information comes available.
As you can see from the photos of her lounging around, Khaleesi is settling into her foster home nicely and proving to be a very sweet girl. She does not yet understand social distancing and insists on greeting every visitor with a pair of big brown eyes and a kiss. Khaleesi does occasionally try to tell her smaller (30lb) cousin she's the boss, however, so she might be best in a home with larger dogs (with whom she gets along with quite well). She likes giving toys and occasional chew, but has been very good with knowing what's a toy and what's a shoe and while you can tell she's excited by dinner time she's always a perfect lady by having a seat before she's served.
Riley and MAGSR thank these Sponsors for their generous support:
Riley was surrendered as her family was moving. She lived her life on a farm with lots of room to run. We are told she really enjoys children and loved the grandchildren. We have yet to introduce her to or see her interact with children. Riley has a very plush coat which will take extra time brushing her so that matts do not form in her fur. She is a very sweet and friendly girl, settling in nicely at her foster families home. As she just arrived in our care we are still learning more about her, please check back for updates from her foster family
Sugar and MAGSR thank these Sponsors for their generous support:
Sugar was a stray to the shelter, so we have no history for her. We do know she is sugar and spice and everything nice. She has tested positive for Heartworms which is so easily avoidable with monthly heartworm preventatives. She will undergo Heartworm treatment which is paid for by MAGSR. Donations towards her treatment are kindly accepted. She is underweight, but with proper nutrition she will be gaining weight in no time. She also arrived at the shelter with a wound on her neck which resembles that of an embedded collar. Her neck is being cared for and on its way to healing. Sugar has met both male and female dogs, she did much better with the males, but was dominant over the females. It is best for Sugar to not be placed in a home with other female dogs for this reason. Watch for updates on this sweet girl.