Hi all Noah here! I have had some life. My foster mom had her hands full when I first came to her from our friends in Virginia. I was in a high kill shelter and was at the end of my time. AMMF and Miss Kathryn got with the shelter and saved me. I had a real long ride with my friend Hunter and his dad David from Virginia to Delaware. They thought I had a broken jaw because I was not eating. As it turned out my jaw thankfully was not broken but I was really sick. My foster mom found all I would eat was cooked chicken or pot roast so that is what she fed me for a few weeks or maybe longer. Then I started eating canned food for awhile now I eat dry food too. I have gained about 15 pounds. My foster mom says I am just so handsome. I do need to take a few medicines for my heart but I am doing awesome. I am house trained I do not need a crate as I do not get into or chew anything up. I sometimes get excited when I see foster mom and I run to her wagging my tail. I am really a happy guy and am fun to have around.
If I really like you in time I will give you some kisses. If you would like to bring me into your family please go to allmuttsmatter.org and fill out an application. Love Noah!!
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