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Nova, 18-150

Gender: Female
Age: 1.5 Years
Weight: 60 lbs.
Breed: Mastiff mix
Spay/Neuter: Spayed/Neutered

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Nova, 18-150's Bio

Nova was found freezing outside in the rain one morning by a doggie angel. Someone had pushed her out of the car in front of their house and just drove off, leaving Nova confused and scared. The angels brought her in and were saddened by her condition. She was skinny and hurting. She didn’t walk right, held her head weird, and had clearly been abused. They started feeding her and keeping her safe and warm. They made an appointment  to take her to the vet and were shocked by the news they received. Someone had abused her so badly that her strange ways were actually caused by brain damage. They did not give up on Nova and she has really started to shine. Nova is sweet as sugar. She is quiet in the house and rarely barks. She is house trained and knows several basic commands. She occasionally runs into things because of her brain damage so she needs to be watched in what could be dangerous situations for her. Nova likes to play but is happiest just to lay down and cuddle. Nova is good with other dogs and great with children. She is very easy to love and has a very gentle way about her. Nova is looking for a home that will celebrate and love her for being just a little bit different- but we think she is perfect just the way she is.  

Nova is vaccinated, microchipped, and will be spayed prior to adoption. Her adoption fee is $200.  

CARE's adoptable pets are specifically evaluated and selected to be family and companion animals. We place them in foster homes where they live in the home environment and become part of the family while awaiting permanent adoption. For that reason, they will do best in homes where they are primarily inside pets and spend lots of time with their families. If you are interested in meeting Nova or learning more about the adoption process, please visit our website and submit our online adoption application.