Roman is an amazing 9 yr old white/brindle male ABD that weighs 70 lbs. Due to unfortunate circumstances and no fault to Roman, he found himself in a shelter in South Carolina. Within 38 hrs of notifying Lost Angels, his original foster mom boarded a plane in Tampa, landed in Atlanta and then made the nearly 3 hr drive to Aiken, SC to pick him up. Once reunited they were quickly back on the road for a 9 hr drive that would take him back to his foster mom's home in Tampa that he knew so well.
His start with Lost Angels was when he was a young boy. He completed a highly successful level of obiedence training through Inghram's Sit 'N Stay Dog Academy where he was a star pupil. His trainers enjoyed working with him and said he was always very tentative and eager to please. Plans are to have him revisit the facility so that he can brush up on his commands to ensure that he is top notch and ready for a new home.
He was previously neutered, all vaccines have been updated including Rabies and Bordetella, wormed for intestinal parasites and microchipped. He is heartworm negative and has been started on a monthly heartworm and flea preventative and his adoption comes with one free visit to a participating LAAR veterinarian.
If you are interested in learning more about Roman.....please email his foster mom at email@example.com or you can submit an online application at www.lostangelsanimalrescue.org.
Adoption donation: $150.00
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