Online Application can be completed by clicking on this link: http://luvem4life.rescuegroups.org/forms/form?formid=2540
Meet Prince George. Isn't that the perfect name for such a regal dog? Prince George deserves to be treated like royalty for the remainder of his life. We don't know how PG ended up at the shelter. We don't know what life was like for him prior to that, but, here is what we do know. PG is a middle aged guy, who probably didn't get much preventative care from a vet. He had severe infections in his mouth and had to be in quite a bit of pain. Unfortunately, these issues are ongoing, and he will need continue to be evaluated and treated. Prince George also tested positive for heartworms. He is on medication for the slow kill treatment method. He will have medicine that he will take to his forever home, and will continue on meds until he tests heartworm negative.
Prince George has not let his health issues dampen his fantastic outlook on life. He is a happy go lucky guy who love being the apple of his human's eye. He is desperately seeking a forever home, where he can be pampered and adored. He is neutered, fully vaccinated and microchipped. To help offset his medical and care expenses, his adoption donation is $150.
If interested in welcoming Prince George into your forever home, please complete an application to start the adoption/meet and greet process.
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