Bingo- NEED MEDICAL FOSTER!

This is Bingo.

Bingo is a sweet little thing at 8 years old and 15 pounds. She happened to find herself behind our shelter doors with her sister, Maggie, after her original owner passed away.
Bingo has spent her life primarily outdoors, and is not in the best health. Her skin is infected. She sports large patches of stinky, hairless leather under the festive sweater we've put on. She is getting bathed in malaseb every other day, and covered in mousse once done.
Despite everything, Bingo loves people. She loves after-bath time, being cuddled up in a warm towel burrito. She gets excited to be praised, and seems to know she is safe now.
Her and her sister do not seem to like each other all too much, despite numerous attempts to see if we can reintroduce them. While we would love to keep them as a bonded pair, it seems like the two sisters have a lot of baggage from their previous home. Whether this is the stress of the shelter or from having to fight for resources in a previous life, we don't know.

Due to Bingo's health, she will not be placed for adoption until her skin is under control and she is able to be spayed. That doesn't mean that she can't recover from her ordeal in a home for the holidays... we are currently looking for medical fosters for both her and her sister (photos yet to come). These fosters absolutely can be foster-to-adopt, but don't necessarily need to be. We just want them to recover in peace.

If you are interested please contact our Operations Director, Lisa Caputo at LisaC@nhhumane.org after filling out our foster application here: https://nhhumane.org/adopt/foster

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Size:

Medium

Gender:

Female

Neutered:

Yes

Breed:

Beagle

Age:

8 years

Bingo- NEED MEDICAL FOSTER!

Waiting for a forever home since November 21, 2019

This is Bingo.

Bingo is a sweet little thing at 8 years old and 15 pounds. She happened to find herself behind our shelter doors with her sister, Maggie, after her original owner passed away.
Bingo has spent her life primarily outdoors, and is not in the best health. Her skin is infected. She sports large patches of stinky, hairless leather under the festive sweater we've put on. She is getting bathed in malaseb every other day, and covered in mousse once done.
Despite everything, Bingo loves people. She loves after-bath time, being cuddled up in a warm towel burrito. She gets excited to be praised, and seems to know she is safe now.
Her and her sister do not seem to like each other all too much, despite numerous attempts to see if we can reintroduce them. While we would love to keep them as a bonded pair, it seems like the two sisters have a lot of baggage from their previous home. Whether this is the stress of the shelter or from having to fight for resources in a previous life, we don't know.

Due to Bingo's health, she will not be placed for adoption until her skin is under control and she is able to be spayed. That doesn't mean that she can't recover from her ordeal in a home for the holidays... we are currently looking for medical fosters for both her and her sister (photos yet to come). These fosters absolutely can be foster-to-adopt, but don't necessarily need to be. We just want them to recover in peace.

If you are interested please contact our Operations Director, Lisa Caputo at

after filling out our foster application here: https://nhhumane.org/adopt/foster

Apply to Adopt