This German shepherd mix was badly mauled by another dog, so if you want to add her to your home, make sure your bring any other canine family members with you to meet and greet Sedona (submitted photo).

Sedona was one of 611 furry trauma patients treated in one week alone in the Arizona Humane Society’s Second Chance Animal Trauma Hospital. The German shepherd mix arrived in critical condition after she was attacked by another stray dog and the wounds suggested that Sedona got the worst of it.

Quick to recover, Sedona bounced back and her injuries healed well. Although she’s 5 years old, this spry and enthusiastic girl finds pure joy in long walks and moderate hikes. A good neck scratch will slow her down to sloth speed and she’ll affectionately lean on you to soak up love and attention.

Due to her past experience, Sedona can be wary of other dogs so bring your current canine to the Arizona Humane Society located at 9226 N. 13th Ave. for a meet and greet. Her adoption fee is $135 and includes her spay surgery, vaccinations and a microchip. For more information call 602-997-7585 and ask for animal number A566496.


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