**IMPORTANT!! Please read the entire bio before contacting us with questions. Send us an email requesting an application to start the adoption process firstname.lastname@example.org Make sure you add our address to your safe sender list or watch your junk/spam emails. For more photos please visit our Facebook page. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Almost-Home-New-Mexico/203840136304815 Approximate DOB 2/6/2019 Size - She is a smaller medium size- a little over 20 lbs History- Flower was seen at a McDonalds in Bernalillo with her sister Abby- they were starving- just skin and bones. They were very scared but friendly - wagged their tails but kept their distance. The Director of the rescue was sitting in her vehicle waiting for a dog to come in from a shelter in CO and saw these two pups. She was contemplating how she could catch them both at once seeing they were so worried. Luckily she sees a man come through the drive through, park, and get out of his vehicle trying to bribe them with a bag of chips. You could see the concern in his face for them as you could see every bone on this girl. She was losing her coat as her body was trying to utilize everything possible as fuel. So she was pretty rough- the Director of the rescue got out and asked the man if he knew who's dogs they were. He said no but explained the white one looks like it's going to die if she it isn't caught soon. Luckily the director had just stopped at the store and had canned food, treats, and leashes in her vehicle. So they proceeded to open up cans of dog food and treats to gain the trust of the poor skinny dogs. Well they finally caught them and the young man took them home and fostered them while the rescue made room. Once they gained some weight they had to be moved and that is when we noticed how bad of shape Abby was in- something was wrong with the way she walked. So the rescue rushed her for x-rays that day and we found she had possibly been hit by a car probably about 6-9 weeks prior to being found. So on top of being homeless she was in pain and probably couldn't get out to find food. We honestly don't know how she survived but she did - our belief is that Flower had to have been taking food to her. Anyhow Abby has had surgery and both girls are doing great!!!! Temperament- Very happy, loving, and playful Energy Level- Very active - this girl is learning what toys are and how to play and be a puppy.. Dogs/Cats- She is wonderful with the other dogs here. We can do a cat introduction if requested. Housetrained- Using a dog door to get in and out and doing perfect. This beautiful little girl is too cute.. She is so sweet, happy, very playful, and loving.. She will make a wonderful addition to any loving family wanting a cutie to love and spoil. We thought she was a young puppy when we got these guys in however the vet believes her growth was just stunted due to malnutrition and this is probably as big as she will get- as he believed they are already about 9 months old. Adoption fee $200 includes spay, age appropriate vaccinations (4 for puppies), deworming, microchip, rabies, collar and leash, training information, and all the support you need. Send us an e-mail to email@example.com requesting an application to adopt this sweetie!! Animals are seen by appointment only. An application must be submitted to us prior to making an appointment. We do give a discount when adopting multiple pets. If you would like to donate to our cause and help care for the animals in our care please visit our main website www.almosthomenm.org and click on the donate button at the top left of the screen..