Say hello to Nassi (AAR 2198)

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Available to foster or adopt

Hi, my name is Nassi. I'm a female brown and white coloured Mastin Cross and I'm 2 years old. I'm a large sized dog. I weigh 26.30kg . I'll be neutered as soon as I've settled in. I'm good with other dogs but the team here are still getting to know me and don't yet know how I get along with cats or children. But I love to meet new friends and I'll be getting socialised with them soon and we'll keep you posted. I'll be getting my rabies vaccination, chip and passport soon.

Early October Nassi was rescued by volunteers from AAR - Nassi was very skinny, and showing some distress as she was scavenging on her own in the countryside. She was underweight and malnourished.
The AAR volunteer took Nassi straight away to the vet for general check-ups - she needed some medical treatment for her skin which she was put on to alleviate the discomfort and heal the wounds. Also Nassi was prescribed to have regular baths for her skin to be done at the vets too.
Nassi was taken afterwards to the kennels where she is resting and recuperating. And in the same time, she has her regular meals with her medication to include some training on the leads by the kennels' owner. She started to put some weight too.
Nassi is showing a lot of progress as she is having fun with her friends at the kennels and she loves her trips to vets for the regular bath. But she is not out of the woods just yet.
Very soon Nassi will be able to say that she is ready for adoption and hopefully move to a foster home..We will keep you updated on Nassi's page.
Update on Nassi's health - Nassi has progressed with her medical treatments and she is looking much better and healthier. Nassi is really enjoying playing with her friends at the kennels and meeting new people too. She now comes forward to say hi, and to let people pet her. All these changes and improvements are credits from the best care and attention of our Kennel owner who is training her and giving her the medical treatments she needs. Also it is a credit to the AAR volunteers who take Nassi to her vet visit and to her weekly bath for the treatment of her skin. And you can see her improvements from the new photos added in her web story page. Very soon Nassi will need to find a foster or an adopter so she can move on with her life and be with her family who will look after her and share their life with her.
If you think you can offer Nassi your home and share with her the best moments of your life as Nassi has a lot of offer you from joy, love, loyalty and happiness, then please email us at axarquia-rescue@ to speak with her caseworker.

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