Puppy Up For Adoption After Being Found Severely-Injured In Acton

BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — A puppy, found severely injured in the Acton woods back in November, is now up for adoption after months of medical procedures and check-ups.

Anyone looking to her adopt her can apply in-person this upcoming Saturday and Sunday from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the MSPCA Boston Adoption Center in Jamaica Plain.

"Adopters whose lifestyles best fit Ramona's needs will be notified beginning March 10th, so that final logistics can be arranged prior to the expiration of Ramona's mandatory four-month quarantine on March 15," MSPCA said.

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Severely-Injured Puppy Recovering At MSPCA

Ramona was found in the Acton woods with chemical burns over about 40 percent of her body. She was 12 weeks old at the time.

The puppy had also broken her left front leg and had puncture wounds on her back.

"We can't imagine how something like this happened to her," Anna Rafferty-Arnold, Associated Director at the MSPCA Boston Adoption Center, said last year. "Luckily, a Good Samaritan came across her and saw that something was wrong and brought her directly to the MSPCA-Angell, and we are so grateful to them for doing that."

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