Little Boy's adoption fee has been reduced to $100!
Little Boy is slowly and cautiously learning about the world outside the mud. You see, 40-lb. Little Boy was one of several dogs Furkids saved from wretched outdoor living conditions. The dogs came to be known as the Griffin Mud Dogs. Little Boy started his journey in a foster home with a stable dog showing him the ropes and giving him the confidence needed to venture outside the crate. Little Boy gets along fine with dogs, large and small, and really needs a doggy companion to continue guiding him in his forever home. He is fine with older kids but younger children make him uneasy. He is bashful with visitors but once they settle in, he will follow the lead of the resident dog and come out to greet them. He is unsure about the feel of human hands but is generous with doggie kisses. The outside world is still a scary place for him and he is working on becoming comfortable on a leash. Little Boy is a courageous dog and is working hard to please his humans and adjust to their world. The security of a forever home without young children and with a patient adopter and a confident dog to guide him is what Little Boy needs now. Make a huge difference in the life of a dog who is long overdue for a lucky break. Adopt Little Boy. Furkids is eager for Little Boy to settle into a forever home and has reduced his adoption fee to just $100.
Little Boy's estimated birthdate is 8/12/2014. If you want to know more about Little Boy and to speak to an Adoption Counselor, please complete an application at https://furkids.org/dog-adoptions/application. Must be at least 21 years of age to apply.
To learn more about the Griffin Mud Dogs and their rescue, please view Brittany Kish’s “Mud Dogs” documentary at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mZnWvcSHJQU.
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