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  Meet Meg & Jack!
(#3559 & #3560)

This dynamic duo came to NBGR through a listing on Craigslist. The owners stated they didnít have enough time to spend with them. After she came into our program, we took Meg in for a hernia repair and dental cleaning, at which time it was discovered that she had a broken jaw. We took her to a specialist who repaired her jaw and completed extensive dental work.

Megís dental issues were due to neglect. Itís very important that dogs, like people, have regular dental checkups and cleanings.

We are happy to say that Meg has recovered nicely, and we are ready to find her and Jack an awesome family to love and spoil them rotten for the rest of their lives.

Meg and Jack are both very sweet. They do well with other dogs, love people, and are said to do well with respectful children. They also love each other so we really donít want to upset their worlds any more by separating them.

Both are up to date on vaccinations, microchipped, altered, and heartworm negative. They are house-trained, leash-trained, and love to go for walks. Now that Meg is past her surgery sheís been having fun zooming in the backyard.

The previous owners say that Jack and Meg are littermates and are seven years old, but we canít confirm that. Meg weighs 13 lb. and Jack weighs 33 lb. Yes, you read that right Ė Jack is a super-sized Griff. More to love!

Meg and Jack are located in Colorado Springs, CO.

If you have a little extra room in your heart and home to give these two the family they deserve, please complete the adoption application on our website. If you already have an application on file with NBGR, please email Connie Lawrence at conniel@andell.com to let her know you are interested.

Keep in mind that we prefer to place dogs within driving distance of where they are being fostered. If someone from outside the local area is approved for adoption, they must be willing to fly in to get the dog and that can only happen if the dog is stable enough to travel in the cabin with the passenger.

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