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Hi, I’m Petey and I’m so lucky to be a D2C dog! You see, I spent the beginning of last winter chained in the icy rain and mud without a scrap of shelter! Passers-by were throwing bottles and trash at me, too. The elderly lady whose yard I was chained in was too ill to take care of me, and didn’t know if I was a boy or a girl! But, she was very kind to let me go so that I can find a true, loving home.
I’m pretty young, but I was so severely neglected that I developed cataracts. I’m almost blind in my right eye due, but with daily borage & flax oil my left eye is improving. I’m undergoing heartworm treatment, but will be good as new very soon.
But enough about the bad old days! Let me tell you about the new, wonderful me! Once I had a chance, I learned how to stay in a kennel, how to potty outside, and how to “sit.” I’m still learning how to walk on a leash (a harness helps a lot). Best of all, I’ve learned there are good people who love and appreciate me!
I had a Foster Mom for a while – check out the video she made! Now I’ve got a Foster Dad, and I just adore him! He says I’m an active, affectionate little guy who just wants attention and love. I’m nonaggressive and approachable, and contentedly follow my older foster brother and sister. And, I happily play with other young dogs whenever I get a chance!
In spite of my vision problem, I’m rather a handsome fellow. I’m about 3 years old & 55 lb, and my German Shepherd coloring is accented with a touch of white on paws and chest. Best feature: my jaunty curled tail, which I wag whenever the opportunity presents! And just wait until you see how adorable I am when I cock my head to one side, or lie down sedately with my dainty white-tipped paws crossed in front!
If you’ve got a lot of love to give, you won’t find a more willing, grateful recipient than me!
Thank you for considering adopting a new family member. Most of our adoptable dogs live inside foster homes. Fostering teaches house manners, helps to potty/crate train and accustoms the dogs become familiar with the sights, sounds of living in a home environment.
* Memphis area adoption fee is $200 .
** Out of State adoption fee is $425 and includes a $150.00 the non refundable transportation fee paid to an approved animal transportation company.
Several states require the dog to be quarantined 48 hours before pickup. The adopter pays the quarantine fee at time of pick up. Unless otherwise indicated
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