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Basset Hound / Beagle / Mixed  : :  Female (not spayed, but will be before adoption)  : :  Young  : :  Small

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About Jellybean (Stockton)

  • Status: Available for Sponsorship
  • Adoption Fee: $450
  • Species: Dog
  • Rescue ID: 24-0009
  • General Color: Tricolor (Tan/Brown & Black & White)
  • Color: Patches
  • Current Size: 23 Pounds
  • Current Age: 4 Years (best estimate)
  • Microchipped: Yes
  • Housetrained: No

Update: April 4, 2024. Jellybean has had surgery to correct her cherry eye and entropion. When she has fully recovered, she will be spayed and, soon thereafter, will be ready for her new home!

Jellybean’s story…as told to Golden Gate Basset Rescue:

“I don’t know how it happened but around the 18th of March, I was lost, wandering alone on the streets in what I am told was an industrial area of Stockton.I don’t know how long I was cold and hungry but, luckily for me, an animal control officer found me and took me to the animal shelter. How I managed for any amount of time on my own, being a little 22 pound, (4) year old basset/beagle mix, is nothing short of a miracle. The shelter contacted GGBR who picked me up from the shelter and delivered me to one of their loving foster homes. You see, I am a very friendly, lively girl doggie, who wants nothing but to be in the care of someone who adores me. Now I receive all the attention I need in addition to having food, a warm home, a human to follow constantly, and medical attention for my eyes.

Yes, my eyes are a problem but I am told they will be fixed very soon by the special doggie eye doctor. You can see by my photos that I have cherry eye in both eyes. Not only that, my eyelids, both top and bottom, turn into my eyes, an uncomfortable condition called eye lid entropion. It was thought that I may be blind but the eye doctor says that I have vision, which I knew, and that my eyes will function and feel better once the surgery is done. It will cost $4400 to have the surgery and GGBR feels that it is a necessity for me. I will be very grateful to anyone who can help my eyes feel better by donating on my behalf to GGBR.”


More about Jellybean (Stockton)

Good with Dogs, Good with Cats, Good with Kids, Good with Adults

Special Needs: Recently underwent surgery on 4/4/2024 for two cherry eyes and bilateral entropion.

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