HI EVERYONE! My name is Jaime Lynn. I am told that I am a Blue Heeler Mix about three years old. Whatever I am, I am a great looking girl with one brown eye, one blue eye and my fur is like velvet. If you think you have had a LOUSY life, let me tell you a little about mine. My previous life did not start out too well. My previous owners evidently did not like me very well and did not take good care of me. I guess I did something wrong and they kicked me in the face and broke my jaw. They didn't care enough about me to take me to a vet and get it fixed. When the injury healed, it caused the skin on my mouth to hang loose giving me a lopped-sided grin. They didn't spend much time with me so I decided to run away. My troubles just kept getting bigger and bigger. I hooked up with a temporary boyfriend and got myself pregnant. I ended up getting caught by a North Texas High kill shelter, very pregnant and about ready to give birth. The shelter spayed me and aborted my full term puppies. I have been told that the world is overpopulated with dogs and puppies but I just feel this was not the right thing to do. I was on the euthanasia list at this Shelter when a nice lady stepped up to foster me for Trinity GAP Rescue. Luckily, I had a lot of people who thought my life was worth saving. I was so scared when I arrived at her house. I hid in a closet for several days until I met the other foster dog Ivy Rose (who is also available for adoption through Trinity GAP). Ivy is full of life and loves everyone. She took me under her PAWS and helped me learn to trust and have more confidence. It is really 'IMPORTANT' that I have a confident and playful dog in the house to help me adjust to changes. This nice group took me to a vet who thought he might be able to fix my mouth. He did 'PLASTIC' surgery on me and I came out looking like a 'Movie Star.' Unfortunately, there was not enough scar tissue to make the skin stay connected, so as soon as the stitches came out, the skin was drooping again. I am able to eat and drink without any problems. My deformity is cosmetic only. I was told I could get it fixed but I would have to see a dog Orthodontist and my jaw would need to be broken and wired. Since my old injury is cosmetic only, the Rescue decided to not put me through that surgery. My jaw gives me SPECIAL Character!!! I am shy and a little scared when I first meet someone or placed in a different environment. As soon as I know I can trust you, I love getting attention and belly rubs. I am crate trained, house trained, and walk well on a leash. I like to go on walks with my 'fur' brother or sister. If you have a lot of love, a little patience and understanding for a 'SPECIAL' needs girl, I will 'furever' be your best friend. LOVE, Jaime Lynn If you have a home with a secure fence & would like to meet Jamie, please contact foster mom Ginger at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a meet-n-greet!!