Female – Collie Mix – Age/1-2 Years – 48 Lbs – Black with White |
Abbey is as sweet as they come and extremely tolerant of those who care for her daily. When Abbey arrived at The Farley Foundation she had to undergo surgery to amputate most of her front, right leg due to an old gunshot wound that shattered her elbow. She is healing nicely, making new friends at Farley and exhibiting great confidence. We’re very proud of the strides she has made! Abbey is a rare beauty and will make one lucky family very proud to call her their own. Abbey is compatible with and enjoys the company of other dogs when paired with a non-dominant companion. She likes younger, medium-sized female dogs. A home with older respectful children and no cats is preferred. Abbey will make an easy companion especially if the home has a fenced yard. For more information please contact Betsy Ficarro at (910) 315-9569 or firstname.lastname@example.org. A recent story about Abbey was featured in The Pilot and may be read HERE.
(Photo: Abbey post surgery) Abbey is house and crate trained, extremely affectionate and loving. With time and a specialized harness we’re confident Abbey will be able to go for walks in the near future. “All you need is LOVE and A dog”. Learn more about Abbey’s story here.