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Willow: Granted March 10, 2008


The Story of Willow

Last Updated: March 10, 2008

Rescuer: Barbara Blume at

Willow was a turned in to the shelter after the ASPCA had confiscated many animals from a family in Marshall, TX. It seems there were so many they missed a few. Willow has severe skin infections complicated by yeast, an eyeball that is dead and needs to be surgically removed, spayed, and her teeth cleaned.
This little girl was extremely shy and submissive when she first came into rescue last month, even when shaving her scabbed body free of matted hair, she only yipped when the clipper nicked her.
Her skin has now cleared enough from the infections that the vet is now willing to spay her and remove the damaged eyeball.
CorgiAid supporters are helping Willow get healthy, so she can lead the happy life she deserves. Thank you!

This dog is not available for adoption.

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