Adoptable Dog of the Day: Diamond in Washington

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DiamondDiamond is an adult female Miniature Pinscher who is presently in foster care under the supervision of Forever Home Dog Rescue in Mountlake Terrace, WA. This six-year-old girl is listed as a special needs dog because she is blind due to canine diabetes. She gets a daily injection of insulin. Despite her blindness, she finds her way around well and she loves to cuddle. Diamond will do best in a home with patient pet parents and without young children. She would do well as an only dog.

Diamond is spayed, up to date on her shots and is microchipped. Her foster parents say that this sweet dog “will show you unconditional love.”

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  • Kathleen

    I sure hope Diamond finds her fur-ever home real soon! Poor precious baby…