Talk to the Animals Jasmine

Today we’re going to talk about Jasmine, a sweet, lovable senior girl looking for a loving retirement home.She is an Australian Shepard mix, and is going to be someone’s new best friend.
Jasmine is 11 years old and came into the shelter two weeks ago because the only people she’d ever known as her family, could no longer care for her. They had given her a home for 10 years and were now moving to an apartment that wouldn’t allow her there.
She came in skinny and with hot spots from a flea allergy. We are treating her flea allergy and helping her to adjust to this environment, but she’d much rather be in a home.
Jasmine has lived with both cats and dogs and has been good with them here as well. She has also lived with children. She is quiet, calm and really easy to walk on leash. The staff and volunteers have already fallen in love with her, and all we hope for is that an adopter will come and fall in love with her too – soon.
Due to her age, Jasmine qualifies as a Seniors for Seniors adoption candidate which means, for a person 65 years old or greater, we would completely waive the adoption fee for miss Jasmine.
Like all of our cats, dogs and bunnies, Jasmine is spayed, micro chipped and up to date on all of her shots.
And, speaking of shots, we have our second Rabies and microchip clinic coming up on Sunday, April 15, from 10:00 am to 1:00 p.m. No appointment is necessary but your pets must be on a leash or in a carrier. The cost is $15.00.   nh.spca.org

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