Meet Titus! Before I tell you about this wonderful, goofy boy, let me give you his back story. Titus is a pit mix, about 6 years old, who was surrendered to the rescue about a year ago after a good samaritan begged for months in an attempt to change his living conditions. Titus was living in a dirt filled yard, chained to a tree with a moldy dog house as his only shelter surviving on whatever they fed him, mainly chicken feed. After being told Titus would die from his se vere heartworm infection if not treated, they agreed to surrender him. He was coughing up blood and retaining fluid from the heartworm infection and his skin was in terrible condition. After a long journey to get healthy, Titus is ready for his forever home. Titus was not properly socialized before coming to the rescue so he does not do well with dogs his size, but is a sucker for puppies. Seriously, he turns to mush when with a puppy or two. Titus is NOT cat friendly. He also becomes very attached to his human companion and doesn’t like to share. He is not aggressive with others, but really wants to be the center of attention. Titus has some allergy issues that will require daily medication for the rest of his life, but it doesn't slow him down. Titus is playful and silly, pure entertainment, and guaranteed to make you laugh daily. He loves to play fetch and tug, taking walks through the neighborhood, or relaxing on the couch (usually in your lap). Titus is crate trained, house broken, neutered, and up to date on vaccinations. Because of Titus’ quirks, we feel he would do best in a single person household as the only pet. To adopt this wonderful boy, complete the adoption application at animalaidvermilionarea.com
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