While GHS, located in Greenville, South Carolina, is always looking for homes for the cats and dogs in their care, they consider little Shazz, a beagle mix, a special case.
Shazz is believed to have been born blind, and therefore will need a special family who will acknowledge she's a special needs dog.
The 3-month-old puppy needs to join a family who already has another dog or cat, because she doesn't like to be alone. Like many animals, she is anxious when no one is around. Shazz' ideal family will be one where one person is home most of the day with her.
Greenville Humane Society is asking anyone who wishes to adopt Shazz to come by their facility at 305 Airport Road in Greenville, where the adoption manager will meet with them. Their hours are Monday-Friday from noon-6:30 p.m., Saturday from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday from noon-5 p.m.
The GHS will require at least 30 minutes where Shazz and a potential adopter will bond with the pup. Any dogs or cats that person has is also invited to bring their pet in, just to make sure the four-legged family members are in agreement.
Shazz is available for adoption for $110, and the family will have to sign a medical release form.
Training for Shazz will be different than that of a sighted dog, but once a blind dog learns a routine they can manage fine.
Please share this sweet girl so she can get on with her life, in a home that understands her needs and will cherish her forever.
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