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Location:TX
Date:April 12, 2017

Gia

 

 

Say hello to Gia!! This gorgeous gal is a Presa Canario who came to us from a Texas shelter. Look at that face!!! Unfortunately Gia tested positive for Heartworm infection. She is looking for a nice relaxing foster home to hang out in while she goes through treatment. Gia is looking for a home with children 8 and older, and perhaps a laid back large breed brother. It is currently unknown how Gia is with cats or small dogs, and we currently do not want to stress her out by testing her with them!  Vets estimate our pretty little Presa-pants to be 4-5 years old! This gal is fabulous!

  1. Kristina Reply

    Is she fixed

    • CCR - Ashley Reply

      Hi Kristina, All our dogs are spayed or neutered before going up for adoption

  2. Christina Bear Reply

    Beautiful! It’s a shame she’s so far from me. We’ve been looking at adopting another Corso or similar soon.

  3. CCR - Marianna Reply

    That doesn’t matter Christina…. we have a lot of transport angels that work hard to help get dogs where they need to go. The first step is applying!!!
    Marianna@CCR

  4. candais wright Reply

    How long do you keep applications on file? Im moving to Austin, Texas around November, use to foster pitbulls for a pitbull rescue shelter in San Antonio (have references). Would love to get back into fostering (maybe adopting) as soon as I’m inTexas again. Curious if it would be better to fill out now or later?

    • CCR - Ashley Reply

      Hi Candais, there is no expiration on an application, it usually takes a few weeks to get an application approved so please feel free to fill one out sometime this summer so we have time to process it before you’re ready to foster!

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