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At A Glance
Marsha, Nicole 13-351 and Buster
"A big welcome into the RAGOM family!"
Cindy and Bill Nelson
"We wish a golden life for Dixie Rose"
|In addition to LOVE this dog has the following requirements:|
|Date Posted||Fence||Kid Friendly||Another Dog||Cat Friendly|
|7.2.16||Not Required||Yes||Required||Not Tested|
|This is the most recent information available; however, it may change as we learn more about the dog.|
Dixie Rose would like to send a big thank you to her RAGOM transporters Karen and Heather! Dixie Rose was so frightened on her ride to foster care that Karen and Heather had to carry her from vehicle. When Dixie Rose arrived in foster care her little belly hit the ground and she refused to move. Luckily, Dixie Rose was greeted by three friendly dogs and it didn’t take long for Dixie Rose to happily follow her new friends around and begin to learn about her new life as a RAGOM girl.
Josie, Libby, Rosy, and Dixie Rose
Dixie Rose was surrendered to RAGOM because of a condition called entropion. In Dixie Rose’s case her lower eyelids roll inward and are pressed against her eyeballs. This is a very painful condition. In spite of the pain, Dixie Rose is coming out of her shell and seems to be enjoying her time with us in foster care.
“I love pontoon rides!”
Dixie Rose requires surgery by a specialist to correct her entropion. Please consider donating to RAGOM to help pay for Dixie Rose’s surgery. After Dixie recovers from her entropion surgery, she will need to be spayed. Dixie will be unavailable for adoption until after her surgeries. During her recovery we will learn more about what this sweet girl needs in her forever home.