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Gypsy is a 4 year old Pit mix who was pulled from Pima Animal Care Center when it was suspected she had neurological issues. Unable to properly diagnosis and treat these issues, the shelter reached out to the rescue community.
After a CT scan and other tests, it was determined that Gypsy did NOT have neurological issues, she was suffering from untreated Valley Fever causing neurological "like" symptoms.
Gypsy is a petite little girl, weighing in at about 50lbs. She loves to cuddle, no seriously, LOVES IT! She also likes chasing those pesky lizards out of the yard, rolling around in a soft, fluffy beds, and playing with squeaky toys.
Gypsy is dog social, but does require an introduction. She currently lives with a like sized female and a much larger male. She does well with both.
Since Gypsy is still working on getting her "footing" she would do best with a family that's more low key. She won't be hiking Mount Lemon anytime soon, but she does enjoy a leisurely walk.
She is currently on Fluconazole twice daily and this will likely be lifelong; however, she takes her meds like a champ with a sliver of cheese please!