Stevie was spayed earlier this week. We are very optimistic that this will help regulate her diabetes. Her sugar levels have already gotten better. She is currently still insulin dependent but that could possibly change in the future. Spaying is so important for a multitude of reasons. If Stevie had been spayed, she may not have developed this condition. We think she has a bright future ahead of her now though. Stevie is much younger than her transfer paperwork had stated. We believe she is only about 4 years old. Despite her age, she does have cataracts which impair her vision. She is young and they could possibly be removed. She is up to date on vaccinations, heartworm and lymes negative, flea treated, wormed, and microchipped. She is an active dog, so she will need a family that can accommodate that. Since she is vision impaired, we will require a home with a secure physical fenced in yard. Medical experience would be preferred as she currently requires 2 insulin shots a day.
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