Better picture and description coming soon! The picture touches my heart. My husband is such a compassionate and empathetic man. After Scooby lost his owner due to death my husband felt a connection with Scooby. The first night at our place I returned home to find my husband in the bed asleep. He had put Scooby in the bed with him to comfort him. This is who I found them, Scooby was all snuggled up and looking content.
Our pets are fostered in NC and VA. We can transport to most any Northeastern state once they are adopted. You can get more information on our web site www.saveamuttkennel.info
Scooby's owner died and left him and several other companions all alone. We stepped up to help Scooby and the other dogs. Scooby's friend Bandit is also here with us as well as Blue Boy and Daisy the heelers. We helped some other dogs there as well. Little Scooby was the first dog at the residence to greet us when we arrived. My husband scooped him up and carried him around while we were working with the other dogs. Little Scooby, sure is a sweet soul. He seems to be middle aged around 5 years old. He is good with other dogs, and he has gelled in with my pack without any issues. He is a little guy around 15 pounds. He is great with humans.
He he is adopted with his buddy Bandit I would be happy to discount the combined adoption fee.
He is neutered, current on shots and we just had a negative heartworm test. He is current on preventive and microchipped. He will go to his new home with a certificate of health from the vet. He will also receive 1 free month of Pet health insurance.
We require pre screen application to apply. You can get the application on our main web site at www.saveamuttkennel.info
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