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. I had very little interaction with people. My owner didn't want my siblings and me anymore and we were kinda just forgotten about. 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. Well, I am now in a foster home and am slowly settling into living life as an inside pup. I'm eating good food, learning my manners, and building my confidence daily. I am approximately 4 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. 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. Diesel seems to have been mistreated by a man. He flourishes in the presence of women. Diesel needs a home without men. .
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