Meet Sepia, an adorable 3-year-old Labrador Retriever/Vizsla mix.
Sepia has had a string of bad luck. She was tossed from home to home until she ended up homeless. A good Samaritan coaxed Sepia away from a group of homeless dogs and brought her to Forte Animal Rescue, where they discovered she had severe hip dysplasia in both hips. Surgery has been scheduled to address her condition.
Though she is probably experiencing pain, Sepia is very playful with both people and other dogs. Sepia is a true stunner with a beautiful chestnut coat, and a gem with her sweet personality. Forte Animal Rescue will cover Sepia's surgical expenses, but they are also desperately seeking monetary donations to cover the costs, as well as a foster family that will provide a home during her recovery.
It is time to end Sepia's bad luck and show her that life is full of love and kindness, and that she truly matters. Sepia is spayed, current on vaccinations and house trained.
If you are interested in meeting Sepia, please contact FAR by phone at (310) 362-0321 or by email at info@FARescue.org. You can also visit FAR’s weekly Saturday adoptions at Centinela Feed & Pet Supplies, 3860 S. Centinela Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90066, from 12:30 p.m. – 3:30 pm. More information is available at http://FARescue.org.