Jazzy was found as a stray in San Jose and turned in to the local shelter. Unfortunately she was found to have breathing problems, so the shelter was unable to put her under aenasthesia for her spay. Instead, she was deemed unadoptable and therefore put on the euthanasia list. Luckily for Jazzy, one of Rescue the Underdog’s volunteers saved her, took her to the vet for an evaluation, and placed her under our care.
Jazzy has chronic bronchitis which results in a deep cough, and for which she will need to be on long-term medication. She has bad hips so when she sits down she slides on her back legs but otherwise gets around just fine. She isn't fully potty trained.
In spite of all the she has been through, she is a very sweet little girl who is affectionate and walks well on a leash. She likes to sleep with her person at night. Don’t let her age and health conditions fool you, Jazzy still has a lot of spunk in her!
Jazzy is spayed, up to date on vaccinations and microchipped. To adopt Jazzy fill out an application and a volunteer will get back to you.