Leah has spent her life as a breeder on an Amish farm and was able to roam the fields freely. She is super sweet and gentle and loves to be petted and snuggled. She is a quiet gal, but loves to howl at emergency sirens when the pass nearby. Leah has obviously fended for herself for a very long time. She has a significant scar that runs half the length of her body, and we also removed a BB from her front elbow and an engorged tick from her neck. She is pretty darn healthy considering where she came from. Leah did test positive for Lyme Disease and yeast in both ears, both of which have been treated accordingly. She also had a few mammary masses removed, which is a testament of how many litters she had during her life on the farm. Leah also has typical grade III patellas; however, she does not favor either of her back legs and we do not suspect them to ever cause her an issue. She is current on all vaccines, spayed, and microchipped. Leah needs a suburban life and a home with a privacy fence. Because she was able to roam the fields freely in her past life, a country environment or a fence that she can see through is just too much temptation for her. Her anxiety level increases, and we think she would do all she could to escape the yard and run into the fields. Now that she's in suburbia with a privacy fence, she is as calm as a cucumber when she is outside in the yard. Leah is overweight at 14 pounds and is approximately 10-11 years old. She arrived a week after Rosie and Fritz (who are/were also posted for adoption). To give this gal a furever home, visit PomPaws.org and apply online. Her adoption fees is $250.