Diesel has made it to All Mutts Matter and he is slowly settling into living life as an inside house dog, eating good food, learning house manners and building his confidence. We are certain that with some time and patience, Diesel will forget his past and move on to a brighter life.
Hi! Thanks for stopping by. My name is Diesel and I am going to tell you a bit about myself. I was found in rural WV, stashed away in an outside cage with very little interaction with people. My owner didn't want me or my 3 brothers and sister Lucy anymore because we wouldn't hunt. So sadly, we were discarded away as if we didn't matter. Well, some kind ladies caught wind of what was going on and they sprung into action. They pulled all of us out of our dirty, cold and meager existence and brought us to a vet office to be examined and cared for. A Beagle rescue in PA is taking 3 of our brothers and All Mutts Matter (AMMF) is taking in me and Lucy. A HUGE Thanks to BREW for taking in our 3 brothers. We know they will get the rehabilitation and love needed so that they can be adopted to loving homes. Once Lucy and I get to AMMF, we too will go into foster homes where we will continue learn some more house manners and get prepared to start a new life with a kind family. I am approximately 3 years old, neutered, up-to-date on shots, wormed, on flea/tick and heartworm preventatives, shy and learning to live in a house. I am crate trained and working on my potty training. Me and Lucy will be coming north very soon. If you would like to have me join your family, please go to www.allmuttsmatter.org and fill out an adoption application. Thanks so much for reading about me and I hope to hear from you soon. Luv, Diesel.
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