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  • Gender: Female. Spayed.
  • Age: 6 months (as of Feb, 2022)
  • Weight: 30lbs
  • Breed: Formosan Mountain Dog / Mix
  • Dogs: Good with dog
  • Cats: Not tested
  • Kids: Good with kid
  • Housebroken: Pee pad trained
  • Crate: Ok in kennel
  • Leash: Good on leash

Abby’s rescue story
Abby, Aaron and Ada were abandoned in a remote and sparsely populated area on Provincial Highway No.21, where food and clean water are almost impossible to be found. It’s not hard to imagine they fed on scraps of leftover or rubbish which they thought was food before being rescued. When the rescue team arrived, we saw these three pups eating a rotten fish head with maggots! We stood mortified and petrified upon seeing this, feeling so sorry this could have happened to them at the time when human beings have made space travels possible. We quickly pulled ourselves together and took the three pups to a vet for a thorough checkup and got them the best medical care we could offer. Even though they hadn’t had much contact with humans before being rescued, they are surprisingly warm, friendly and welcoming to people. From the street to a comfy bed at the foster with hot meals, the three “Ace” pups are all set to find their own homes and get all the love and care they deserve.

Meet Abby
Abby is a precious and beautiful brindle FMD. She is a super-duper snuggle bug who likes to cuddle with her humans and doggie friends. She loves wrestling with her friends and walks well on leash. She’s friendly to people of all ages and has great passion for food and treats. However, when moving into a new environment, it might take her a couple of hours to warm up. After a proper introduction and a little time, Abby blends into the surroundings and starts to show her true self – warm and sweet. Abby is crate-trained and housebroken, potty trained both on pee pads and outside. Little Abby is now looking for a loving home and for a chance to shower you with much love and joy!

Please watch Abby’s videos to learn more about her. If you are interested in this brindle love bug, feel free to contact us for more information or simply fill out the adoption form on our website.