Introducing the remarkable Pretty Lady, a golden-hearted senior who triumphed over adversity. Her journey began when she, along with two other senior dogs, found themselves in a small rural shelter after their owner passed away. Facing the bleak prospect of euthanasia due to lack of adoption or rescue interest, Pretty Lady was granted a lifeline thanks to a compassionate New Hope foster. And thankfully, an adopter stepped up for her two friends as well.
Life in a noisy shelter can be overwhelming, especially for a blind senior dog but Pretty Lady, formerly known as Grammy, has exhibited a remarkable resilience. She crawled right into her foster mom's lap during their drive home from the shelter.
When you call her "Pretty Girl," her tail wags in delight. She's the epitome of gentleness and charm. She is fostered with dogs of all sizes and has integrated well into her new dog pack.
This lovely lady doesn't fuss when it's nail-clipping time, and she remains calm and composed during vet visits.
Pretty Girl's indomitable spirit shines as she's learned to use the doggy door all on her own. Being blind hasn't slowed her down; she skillfully navigates her surroundings using nose to guide her.
During her vet checkup, Pretty Girl revealed her heartworm-negative status and overall good health, aside from some expected age-related arthritis. She's a true testament to the resilience and enduring spirit of senior dogs who have so much love to offer.
Pretty Lady is now on a quest for her forever home, where her loving heart and unwavering spirit will light up the lives of those lucky enough to call her family. We hope you will consider welcoming this golden-hearted beauty into your home and experience the joy she brings firsthand!
Note about the breed: The indicated breed is our best estimate based on visual characteristics, but without a DNA test, we cannot guarantee its accuracy. However, mixed-breed dogs, lovingly known as mutts, encompass a wonderful variety of traits and are often some of the most cherished and lovable companions.