Scrappy is located in Long Island presently in boarding. Scrappy has never known boarding life before because he was a family pet since he was a pup. He let a chicken bone get the better of him and when his owner went to grab it Scrappy nipped his finger. That nip didn't require any thing but a bandaid. But the owner requested Scrappy be put to sleep. We said no way to that! He is now under our wing and we would love to get him a family to love him unconditionally. Scrappy is a sweet boy. He is feeling some stress in boarding, a far cry from home life. He is stunning, had some training in his past, he is very smart, well behaved, and truly handsome. He has never done any thing in his past to warrant bad behavior. As matter of fact, his owner said he is a good boy. Why would he want him in a plastic bag we will never know. He is good with kids who will be mindful and respectful of him. He is house trained, crate trained, walks well on leash. Scrappy Sits and gives Paw and is a really good boy. Scrappy will be 2 years old in August. He is about 82 pounds, a big boy who carries himself with dignity. He is neutered and up to date on all his vetting. He was near the grumpy cat at boarding and didn't seem to mind being in the same room. He maybe able to live with a cat with a proper introduction. This boy deserves to be back with a family. Food guarding is a fixable thing, he has not shown any aggressive behavior with his food at boarding. He doesn't like being in a kennel and is very sad. We don't blame him. If you would like to meet Scrappy he is located at Patchogue Animal Hospital where he is presently in boarding waiting for a family to love him. Please Apply for this boy. http://nycsecondchancerescue.org/app-form/
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