So I'm a little 'crooked' anatomically speaking! I would never morally be 'crooked' its just not in my sweet, angelic character. Now here is my story. I was wandering around the street of Philly now if you have never been there let me tell you there are some SCARY streets and a LOT of homeless pups. I was 'holding my own' but I gotta tell you living on the streets is tough business and I'm just not setup to be 'tough' so between you and I shhhhhh I left myself get caught. They brought me to the shelter and I just hoped for the best. I tried to look really sweet and stand up straight (well as straight as I can) when people came in the room.
A lady came in and the guy with her said hey this little guy is cute.... The lady said what's wrong with his neck? That's not good we need to take him too!! And the next thing I knew they took me out of the crate and put me in their nice warm car with Princess and the two of us left the scary shelter and city behind and headed for Elizabethtown.
Whoooohooooo. I stayed at the hospital so they could see if my crooked neck was hurting my spine or anything but Dr. C said it is congenital and it is not compressing my spine so its all good I'm just 'unique' hmmmm I could have told them that and saved us all a lot of time :)
Well if you want a cute, fun, loving dog that wants to be 'doted' on fill out an application and I will take a look and give you a shout if you sound like my 'soul mate'!
Please understand we do not adopt out to families with children under the age of 5. We do not adopt to renters. Some dogs will have fence requirements while others may not.
A dog is a lifetime commitment. The dogs in our system find themselves there, for the most part, because their humans did not have the same loyalty to them as they did to their owners :( We do not take the adoption process lightly, and will do everything in our power to make sure the dog is placed correctly the first time around for your sake and theirs. Thank you for choosing to adopt not shop!
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