Positive for heartworms?: 
Extraordinary Golden Fund recipient?: 

GRR Number: 23-023

Type of Surrender: AAC - Austin Animal Center

Status: Available Later - Reese is available for Foster Pend Adopt (FPA) now with final adoption in Late May

Age: 1.5-2

Meet foster Reese. Reese was a stray at the Austin Animal Center who needed help as her front left leg was not working. GRR scooped this girl up and our amazing vets at Manchaca Village Veterinary Center quickly put her on the surgery schedule to remove it. While Reese is a 3-legged dog, she doesn’t seem to know that as she runs around the backyard so fast and does stairs with no problems.

Reese is housebroken and since she is reliable, she’s free to roam throughout the house at all times. She loves all people: children, tweens, teens, adults and seniors. Her loving personality adjusts to the situation.  Reese is starting to play with other dogs and really seems to enjoy them. She ignores the foster cat, enjoys riding in the car and didn’t have any issues during the recent storms. 

As the weather has been so nice recently, we left the backdoor open and several flies came inside.  Reese had great fun chasing the flies around the house and chomping at the air trying to catch them.  It was so funny and Reese had fun. 

Reese is a loving, playful, sweet girl who is gaining confidence and starting to trust; hence she’s now eager to meet humans and other dogs. She is such a sweetheart, zooms around the yard and doesn’t let having only three legs slow her down.

Ideal Home: Reese would do well in most homes. It  would be great if their was another confident dog in the home to help her build confidence. She does great with cats and is gentle with children. Due to being a tripod, she’ll be a great walking partner but no jogging or lengthy hikes. Reese is a nice combination of playful energy and couch cuddle bug.  Could you be Reese’s forever family?

Interested? Learn about adopting from Gold Ribbon Rescue.


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