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Hi! my name is...

Bronagh

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Breed

Lab / Mexi Mix

Size

16 kg (35 lbs)

Age

10 years (29/09/2023)

Sex

Female

Colour

Black

Special Needs?

Blind

Dog friendly?

Yes

Cat friendly?

Untested

Good with kids?

Yes older calm children

Housebroken?

Untested

More about me...

More about me

Meet Bronagh, a sweet 10-year-old dog weighing around 16kg who is looking for her forever home. Bronagh has had a challenging journey but has shown incredible resilience and a heart full of happiness. She was found with both her eyes outside of their sockets, likely due to trauma, possibly from a blow to her head or a car accident. She underwent emergency surgery to have both her eyes removed, as it was unlikely she could see even before the procedure.

Despite the challenges she has faced, Bronagh is a sweet and smart girl who is adapting well to her new world. Her foster mom describes her as the easiest dog she's ever had, and she would be perfect for a senior looking for companionship. Bronagh enjoys leisurely walks, taking her time to explore and smell her surroundings, and she even has a penchant for snoring.

If you're considering adopting a blind dog like Bronagh, there are some simple home modifications and tips you can follow to make her transition smoother. Creating clear pathways, avoiding frequent furniture rearrangements, and puppy-proofing your home are essential steps. Additionally, providing mental stimulation through training games, puzzle toys, and scent-based activities can help her thrive. Bronagh's blindness doesn't limit her capacity to learn and enjoy life to the fullest.

Adopting a blind dog can be a rewarding experience, and Bronagh is ready to shower her new family with love and happiness. If you're looking for a special companion who will appreciate your care and provide endless affection, consider giving Bronagh a forever home.

Bronagh is healthy, vaccinated and ready for her forever home.

What does it cost to adopt a dog?

The adoption costs are $3,000 MXN for Mexican Nationals, $550 CND Canadian or $400 USD for Temporary or Permanent residents living in Mexico. Adoption costs for dogs adopted in countries other than Mexico are $750 CND or $600 US dollars. Don't forget, wherever you live, to budget for all the other things your new fur-baby will need.

What does the fee include?

This includes vet blood work and check up, including all needed follow-ups, any medications needed to get him healthy, spay or neuter by vet, food and care while at SULA, the vet pre-flight check up and clearance and any needed meds before flying, transport to the airport, all paperwork, all vaccinations, the cost for the airline transport, and use of a kennel in transport, a sweater and harness for arrival, and endless love.

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