Update: My condition has progressed and now I am in a doggie wheelchair to get around. Thank you to my guardian angel for donating a cart to pug rescue so I can get around in the house. I must have help using the bathroom by expressing my bladder and anal glands.
HI I am Chopper an around 12 years old male pug. I get very anxious when I am not with my humans thats because I love them sooo much. So might be good if my human worked from home or was a stay at home mom so I can be right with you to keep you company throughout the day. We will be best of friends. If not then another dog in the home would be great too, so I am not alone. I do great with children and other dogs.
I do have some hip and back problems so I have a little trouble walking and holding my bladder. I need someone to love and love me. Are you the one?
I am neutered, up to date on routine shots, heartworm negative, micro-chipped and must be on flea medications as I am very allergic to fleas. I do have some food allergies and my foster mom can go over all that with you.
I have troubles with my back now and can not walk any more. Pug Rescue has helped me now and got me a wheelchair, life is good.
If you need a love bug, look no farther. Put in your application for me at www.pugrescuenc.org. Adopt fee waived for the perfect home just asking for a small tax deductible donation.
fostered near Greensboro, NC
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