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Adopt Kawaii

Female Young German Shepherd Dog

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Greater Houston German Shepherd Dog Rescue

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About Kawaii

Kawaii, sounds like Ka -Why, and means "cute." She is a sweet, 8-10 month old puppy who is a special health case. She was abandoned in a field when her owner was evicted after losing his job due to the pandemic. When she got to us, the next day, she had a fever, was limping and nothing but skin and bones. She was only 48 pounds when we got her. She is 56 pounds now. Kawaii will most likely be a smaller girl. She has classic good looks and she knows it; but, doesn’t flaunt her beauty. She’s all puppy, and loves people, and other dogs. Kawaii has tricuspid valve dysplasia. It is most likely congenital. This may adversely effect her future health. It was found as she has a heart murmur. She is currently showing no symptoms; but, could develop heart issues. It is not a mild case. She will need to be adopted by someone who accepts her with this condition and is prepared for an uncertain future with her. If you are interested in Kawaii, please research her condition, so you have ample information before applying for her. Her foster family says she is an adorable little girl, with a heart of gold. Kawaii is a sweetheart, who is worth taking into your heart and home. If you have an open and loving heart, come and meet her, and see what a precious little angel she is!

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