Are you looking for a special young dog to join your life? Meet Cora! She's an ultra-sweet and personable 1-year-old Pit Bull who was rescued after being found abandoned in the local area, and suffering from a severe case of mange and bacterial skin infections.
Realizing that little Cora needed quite a bit of help, and fast, her rescuers reached out to Homeward Pet for help. Treatment was started and a loving foster home was found, where Cora would be cherished and slowly nursed back to health. She's come a long way and is quite the beautiful youngster now. Now it’s her time to shine, and finally find the forever home that has eluded her thus far.
Cora weighs 59 pounds and has now rounded out into her adult size. She has many great qualities that she can't wait to share with her special someone. Cora's foster mom describes her as being youthfully energetic, athletic, and ever curious about her surroundings. She's having great fun learning what this big world is all about. All she needs is the right person to guide her.
Cora has a huge heart which she longs to share with someone. Her favorite activities are going for walks, riding in the car, and of course loving as much as she possibly can! If you're interested in making Cora part of your family, she and her friends at Homeward would love to meet you. Please inquire today!
Homeward Pet is located at 13132 NE 177th Place in Woodinville and is open for visitors between 12pm and 6pm, Wednesday through Sunday.
See all the adoptable dogs, cats, kittens and puppies at www.homewardpet.org.
Homeward Pet wants your pet to have the best form of identification available. Bring your cat or dog to Homeward Pet between 10am and 2pm, Friday October 12 and Saturday October 13 to be microchipped and registered for free while supplies last. All animals brought in for microchipping must be spayed or neutered.