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Egypt, Female
2 year(s), 62lbs
Egypt
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The adoption donation is US$399 (inclusive of one complimentary group training session valued at $90).   All doggies are spayed & neutered, up to date with their vaccinations, microchip and dewormed.
If you are interested in giving Egypt a forever home,
1. Please click 'APPLY' button and fill out an application.
2. Once your application is approved, please send us the 'Agreement'.

Egypt is a wonderful girl.  She is good with people, gentle with children, and good with dogs and cats.
 

Egypt is a calm, sweet, loving girl.  She is good with people, great with dogs, and gentle with young children.  Egypt is doing very well and ready for her own forever home.  She is now in a foster home with over 50 rescued dogs enjoying the comfort of a safe and clean home.  All the doggies learn to share everything from affection to food to toys.  Egypt started some basic obedience training and is learning at a good pace. She is crate-trained and house-trained.  Egypt is one smart girl and will make a lovely family dog.
 
Egypt’s Rescue Story
 
Poor Egypt and her sister, Eden, were born as stray puppies in a construction site.  A kind worker was the only kind human to them.  He feeds them after his work shift and make sure they are kept safe with partial shelter.  People around the site were not nice to dogs.  They would chase them away with rocks or beat them with sticks.  Poor Egypt and Eden are such sweet dogs and hoping that someone kind would rescue them.  An older woman who lives nearby would also often check on them but she couldn’t bring them home.  She contacted several rescue groups but no one was willing to take them in.  Through a friend’s referral, she found Egypt’s now foster mom.  She is an experienced dog rescuer and found over a thousand dogs loving homes around the world.  When she heard their story, she knew it was urgent to rescue them and bring them home.  Her home is full of rescued dogs.  However, she didn’t want them to suffer and see more unwanted puppies being born.  She went to the construction site with her volunteers.  They found there were more starving dogs and managed to save all 15 dogs from the site and left no dog behind.  They were quickly rushed to the vet for a complete health checkup.
 
Egypt and Eden adjusted the moment they arrived at her home.  They are enjoying playing with all her rescued dogs.  They are doing very well and ready for their own forever homes.  Egypt walks well on the leash and enjoys her daily walk in the mountain area. 
 
Egypt had a complete health checkup.  Since she was living on the streets, she had heartworms.  However, she had been treated and is now ready for adoption.  Just like any dogs, she will need a monthly tablet of heartworm preventative.  Egypt has been spayed, vaccinated, chipped and de-wormed.  Please give Egypt a loving home so you can see what a wonderful girl she is. 
 

Notes:

 

Energy level:
Ideal home environment:
Is the dog good with strangers?
The dog is best with children of what age group?
Is the dog good with other dogs?
Small dogs
Big dogs
Is the dog good with cats?
Good on leash?
House-trained?
Crate-trained?
How is the dog with men?
Food aggression with people?
Food aggression with dogs?
Has the dog ever bitten anyone?
Were the dog’s puppies, siblings, canine mother, canine father rescued?
Notes:
Egypt and Eden are sisters.
Vaccination History
1 vaccination date:
2017-07-01
2 vaccination date:
2017-08-01
3 vaccination date:
Rabies vaccination date: 2017-08-01
Idexx 4-1 Kit Test Result:
Date:
Heartworm Result:
Date:
Treatment Date: If positive.
Giardia Test Result:
How long has it been on medication if tested
positive for Giardia?
Deworming Date: 2017-10-06
Heartworm Preventative: 2017-10-06
Frontline Date: 2017-10-06
Notes:
Egypt is a healthy girl!
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Please watch Egypt videos below: The videos will give you a good idea of the dog’s temperament: (However, some dogs react differently with different owners. The videos show how Egypt is now in foster home).