Mitch and his sisters were rescued from a kill shelter down south. We believe they are lab/husky mixes and appear to be on the smaller side. Mitch is a sweetheart and loves to cuddle with his people. This smart boy is already housetrained and will cry and look at his leash to let you know he has to go out. He is crate trained and will go in his bed when he wants to take a nap. He is in foster with many dogs and does well with all of them...playing and snuggling up to the big guys for a nap!
Mitch has been diagnosed with canine megaesophagus. This sweet tiny boy is happy and full of energy despite his condition. He will need a forever home that is committed to his care and has the time and means to devote to him. Mitch will need to eat a special diet in an upright position.He will require more frequent medical care and attention. To find out more, please visit http://www.caninemegaesophagus.org/ or email email@example.com
Your first step for adoption is to complete our adoption application at www.apathwaytohope.org. We will then screen your application through a vet reference check, phone interview (this is when you can ask all of your questions over the phone), reference checks (2) and a home visit. Our adoption donation is $300 and includes spay/neuter, microchipping, vaccines and preventatives up to date per the dog's age, health check, fecal / deworming as needed and heartworm testing and treatment as needed. More details will be provided if you are being considered for adoption.
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