11/24/17 – Memorial
Chelsea lost her battle on Thanksgiving morning and had to be euthanized at an emergency hospital. She had a suspected brain tumor and her quality of life quickly deteriorated over the last couple days. Her foster family was by her side. We are thankful for the loving home they have provided Chelsea since she joined AABR in May. Rest In Peace, Chelsea.
Chelsea has completely adjusted to the medication and has not had any other seizures. She loves to play with other dogs and also with her toys. When a 6 month old puppy came to visit recently, Chelsea played with the puppy for four hours straight – she is full of energy!! Chelsea is also a huge cuddle bug.
Chelsea just began taking medication due to some unexpected seizures. She is adjusting to the medicine and slowly getting back to her normal self. Unfortunately, she did lose vision in one of her eyes. Throughout all of this, Chelsea has remained spunky as ever! Chelsea is a fun loving and energetic girl. She will be following up with our vet to monitor her bloodwork and we hope the medication will continue to keep her seizure free.
Chelsea continues to do great in foster. She loves going for walks. Chelsea also enjoys playing with younger dogs. Don’t let her age fool you – she is a very energetic and playful girl. Chelsea loves other dogs and is wonderful with people.
Chelsea has been doing great in her foster home. She has settled in nicely and gets along really well with both male dogs. She loves to play with them and recently started showing interest in the toys around the house. Chelsea has adjusted with no problems to her new schedule and is completely housebroken. At times, we find her snoozing in her crate. Chelsea is friendly and loving with everyone – she enjoys cuddling and giving lots of kisses!
Chelsea has arrived at her new foster home and introductions went great with the two other dogs. We will post additional information once her foster family gets to know her better. Included are a few pictures from her first weekend in foster.
Chelsea is being surrendered to rescue because her owner is relocating. She is in need of a foster or forever home before the end of June. Chelsea is spayed and up to date on all vaccines. She is 9.5 yrs old, but don’t let her age fool you. This girl is extremely energetic and loves to run and play. She has been taught many tricks, such as giving a high five. Chelsea is housebroken and crate trained. She is good with other dogs, but might not be the best match for a home with a smaller dog as Chelsea can play very rough. This loveable girl is very friendly with new people and loves attention. If you can provide a forever home to this spunky senior, apply today to help Chelsea.