Diesel is the happiest fellow you could imagine. He is doing so well in his foster home, he just can’t understand why no one wants to adopt him and give him his forever home. He has been waiting for a few months now to be someone’s special baby again.
Diesel's adoption fee is $200 and includes all vetting (neuter/spay, dental cleaning, immunizations, microchip and chip registration). A Vet reference, personal references, and home visit are required for adoption. You may apply to adopt Diesel by going to our website at www.unitedyorkierescue.org and completing the adoption application located on our home page.
Diesel is so sweet and so good. He would be the best friend you could ever imagine having. He loves to play fetch and he loves to cuddle up with his humans. In fact he is happiest when he is right in the middle of whatever his people are doing. He is almost fully house trained as long as there is someone around to take him out, especially right after eating.
All this perfection has one little issue. Diesel has a condition called Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency or EPI. This condition means that his pancreas does not make the enzymes necessary for food digestion. This is easily managed by a special diet and the addition of special enzyme power to his food twice a day. The enzymes and food cost very little, less than $30 a month—that is not even a dollar a day. That is so worth it for this wonderful, happy, friendly fellow.
Diesel is such a great dog and his needs are so minor compared to what he would give back in return. He is so friendly and happy and he would be fine with children over the age of 13. Please do not pass this fellow by. He will give you nothing but love and kisses and joy for years to come.
You can contact his foster parents at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. Make Diesel your own, you won’t ever be sorry.
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