|This lovely lady comes to us from the same California shelter that brought us Layla (2018), Yuki (2018), Danny (2018), Chance (2017), Felix (2014), Jack (2017), Kerry (aka Sissy 2018), Lotus (2016), Marnie (2014), Michael (2014), Nick (2014), Oliver (2014) and Pancho (2016), just to name a few over the past four years. When does it stop? We are so overloaded with dogs, and they just keep coming!
They say there's always room for one more, but we're positive that whoever said that did NOT run a dog rescue!
When we inquired, shelter personnel told us, "Very sweet young lady, and not a single IP (Interested Party)!!" We waited until her available date and prayed an owner or IP would show up. ... neither did.
UPDATE 8/30: Eleanor was pulled from the shelter by our good friend Joe, and transported to Crossroads where she will be given time to decompress. We're not sure if she's spayed, but there's time for us to find out. We're awaiting freedom pics from Joe and will post them as soon as they arrive.
UPDATE 9/15: While we were in California picking up Ramona, Sloan and Layla, we got the opportunity to meet Eleanor.
UPDATE 10-21: Eleanor has arrived in Phoenix! We're not sure of her age, but she's got plenty of energy. We're going to let our vet have the final say on her age. Meantime, she gets along with just about everyone and is so happy to see her temporary foster mom each day -- definitely an easy keeper.
UPDATE 10/30: Ellie is beginning to blossom in her temporary foster home. She greets our staff member with a happy tail and is now eager for her turn in the yard. We are going to schedule an intake exam for her with our vet to see if we can get a better determination of her health and age. She's eating well, and seems very happy with her life. Only thing missing is a family of her own...
UPDATE 11/20: Eleanor saw the vet today for her intake exam. At 70 pounds, she's just about perfect in weight, but could stand to build up some muscle tone. Our vet believes Ellie to be about 3-4 years old. Her teeth show signs of a "virus" which she probably contracted as a puppy, but other than the tell-tale "line" on her teeth, she shows no ill effects from whatever virus it was.
Ellie is spayed, up-to-date on shots, microchipped and ready to begin the next chapter of her life with a new family.
Adoption fee $325.00.