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Cracker Jack

Cracker Jack is adopted!

Cracker Jack / Female / Chihuahua / 1.5 Years old / 5 pounds / Adoption Fee is $400.00

Cracker Jack’s pull fee has been sponsored by Redemption Dogs, Toronto

Cracker Jack is a young, sweet girl who is calm and well behaved in the house. She is crate trained and house trained. She would love to be in a home with a backyard because rolling around in the grass is her FAVOURITE thing to do.

She does fine in her current foster home with her furry foster brothers and sister and her forever home would be ok if it had another dog as long as they had calm energy. Although she loves her “person” she can be shy and scared to meet new humans; therefore, the right home for her will be one that works with her on this and provides her with lots of socialization so she understands that meeting new people isn’t really that scary. She is looking for her forever home to help her build confidence because when she feels comfortable with you she is such a sweet and affectionate TINY girl.

UDATE:

While CJ did have cancer, the histopathology report came back with the most encouraging news that this has been classified as a Grade 1 malignancy and that the tumour was completely removed. Due to this, the chance of CJ’s surgery being curative is 90% and we have every reason to believe that she is going to live a long and happy life!

Without the generosity of our compassionate supporters we would not be able to provide the specialized care a dog like CJ needs. We are grateful to our donors and should anyone wish to make a donation towards CJ’s care please contact us at donations@savemedogrescue.ca. Tax receipts will be issued for amounts of $20.00 and up.

For more information on Cracker Jack, please contact her foster mom Paulina at PaulinaKonopacka@hotmail.com

Please note that while we continue to get to know each of our dogs, their biographies will be updated with additional information, so make sure to check back once in a while!

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