PHOENIX - Seven-year-old Judge (a female, despite the silly name) is a big, sweet girl with lots of love to give. She came into the Arizona Humane Society as a stray in early March after she was found wandering near 91st Avenue and Camelback Road.
Sadly, Judge was injured and had a gaping hole in her side. Arizona Humane Society veterinarians stitched her up in AHS’ Second Chance Animal Hospital, a trauma center for homeless animals. Judge is one of more than 9,000 animals who are treated for illness, injury or abuse within AHS’ hospital each year.
As a yellow Labrador mix she definitely has the sweet demeanor of a Lab and is always wanting to please. She will accompany you on your adventures and will grow quite attached to those who show her love and kindness. Despite knowing very little about her history she has certainly won over the staff of AHS.
As a Hopeful Heart pet, Judge (A473802) is available for adoption at AHS’ Campus for Compassion located at 1521 W. Dobbins Road in Phoenix for an adoption fee of $50. The fee includes her spay surgery, first vaccinations, free follow-up vet exam, ID tag and collar.
For those interested in learning more about Judge, they can call 602-997-7585 Ext. 1045.