ID: A22-037
Status: Medical Pending
Age: 9 yrs
Gender: Female
Color: Fawn
Weight: 38 lbs
Ears: Natural
Tail: Natural
Children: Yes
Dogs: Yes
Cats: Unknown
Contact: Dawn

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01/27/2023 – Jedda continues to do well in her foster home and has her routine down pat! She was pretty sick after her first heartworm injection but recovered well with the 2nd and 3rd injections. The hardest part is now over; after another week of rest, Jedda can slowly begin to exercise with restrictions. She will never be able to walk long distances due to the old dislocated hip that healed without veterinary care, but she likes to get out and explore or sunbathe in the backyard.

Jedda is a sweet, calm girl who only wants to give and receive love and enjoys hanging out and cuddling with her Foster Mom and Dad on the couch. Despite not being able to hear well, she is very attentive to everything going on around her and welcomes visitors with tail wagging.

Check back soon for another update once Jedda fully recovers from her heartworm treatments and is no longer on exercise restrictions.10/17/2022 – Welcome Jedda who was recently pulled in to BRAF. Jedda’s Foster Mum gave her the unique Australian aboriginal name meaning “wren” which is perfect for this little girl.

Though she may not have a bit of Boxer in her, Jedda touched our hearts with her sweet and loving personality, despite the obvious lack of care she’s had in her life. She was picked up as a stray, ribs and backbone showing. After a visit to our partner vet, who guesstimated she is 7 yrs old, we learned Jedda had suffered a dislocated hip some years ago which had healed itself, she is mostly deaf and will require treatment for heartworms. The entire staff fell for Jedda and her tail never stopped wagging with the love and attention.

She has been fine with every dog she’s met and though she does not seem to have received much training, she is an easy laid back girl and settling in nicely.

Jedda has several months of heartworm treatment before she will be ready for her furever family but check back for updates on our little wren!