Is a 9 year old female Coton too old to adopt?
1.She was a breeder until about 3 years ago.
2.Has an allergy to vaccinations.
3.She needs her teeth cleaned really bad and at least 1 tooth pulled.
4.The vet says retired breeders should be spayed to prevent some potential
She's a very nice dog, but she's not very active; am I setting myself up to fund her Hospice care, or does she still have some good life ahead of her. I don't mean to sound selfish, but I just lost a very high health maintenance dog at 12-1/2 yrs. old. I don't have unlimited funds, already on fixed income and I want to enjoy my life with a dog. People use animals to make money and when they can't anymore they are just disposed of; but I can't be responsible for others just myself.
Thank you for your input,
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