found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered, housetrained, a special needs pet, and up to date with shots.
OK...I'll tell you....it was EATING! Bet you NEVER would have guessed...lol. But as I said, my foster mom does not allow me to overindulge in that way. She keeps telling me it is for my own good...you know, health reasons and all. I keep trying to convince her but she won't give in...darn it! But actually, I guess it is ok. Since coming here I have learned to be a little more active. Well how can you help it with Charlie running around making you play! (You can read Charlie's story and then you will understand what I mean).
But really, life is getting much better every day. You see, my life was scheduled to come to an end when my prior human family took me to the vet's office to have me "put to sleep". Now I know I said I like to sleep...but I did not mean permanently! I had a broken leg and my skin and fur were in bad shape. I guess my human's didn't have enough money to take care of me so they told the vet to "put me to sleep". Thank goodness for my guardian angel, Kevin. He works at the vet office where I was taken. He made sure that I got all doctored up and made well. They found out that I have thyroid problems. Fortunately, all that means is I have to take a little, inexpensive pill, twice a day. It helps to regulate my metabolism. They also believe I have allergies to a lot of foods. So I get to eat very special food....and it is really good! It is Duck and Oatmeal! He then set out to find a rescue group that would take me in and find me a great home. That is where Friends of Penny comes in.
My foster mom said that my coat is beautiful chocolate brown now, and very shiny and soft. I have already lost 1 pound! I am ready to look for my special furever home. I really like everyone, even kids! I am completely housebroken and crate trained. My foster mom said I am a REALLY good min pin...and VERY sweet. I am neutered, all vaccinated, heartworm negative and on monthly heartworm preventative. I am not a very noisy guy so I will even do well in an apartment.
But my foster mom said that my new furever family has to PROMISE to continue with my regimented diet. And really, I hate to admit it, but she is right. After all, I came close to having my life ended way too soon already. Now I want to do what is best for my health so I can be here for a long time to come.
If you are interested in adopting Scrappy Bear, please submit your adoption application and specify that you are applying for him. You can contact me for more information about Scrappy Bear at email@example.com