Scooby was found few years ago when his owners left them behind when they moved. He grew up together with other paws in a shelter in Donghae City in Korea, and when the shelter became a "Kill" shelter, our group of volunteers negotiated with the city officers to hand over the animals who were in the most direct threat of being euthanized, and that's how Scooby was rescued. He currently weigh about 10 lbs, spayed and fully up-to-date with vaccinations. Will you please give him a second chance?
Scooby is a small little dude, but super large personality. He is a cool guy who lives with dogs, cats and kids but really wants a pad of his own. Take home this pint size package of fun and love. He is approximately 2-3 years old and weighs about 10 pounds in the prime of his life and he's looking for someone to dedicate all of his love to.
Prior to rescue, many of our dogs have experienced minimal socialization. As a result, there is often an adjustment period as the dog learns about life as a family pet. We typically do not adopt to homes with children under 8 years old; homes with older children will be considered on an individual basis. Common skills such as house training and leash walking may often take a little extra time. Patience, understanding and a gentle hand are a must. The great news is, most of these dogs come around rather quickly and being a part of their rehabilitation is an extremely rewarding experience.
*Scooby will be coming to Northern Va area to find his forever home from Donghae, Korea.
If interested in Scooby please email us with a little info about you, your family, your other pets, your experience as a dog owner (which breed, etc.), where you live (which city, home or apt?), etc. including telephone number. Thank you.
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