Meet Flynn. a happy, petite, smaller 7 year old, reddish cocker boy. He was picked up as a stray by animal control. The shelter asked for rescue help because he tested as heartworm positive and they could not place him. Our rescue vet found that he has a limp to his left front leg, indicating that somewhere in his past he got hurt. He also has a chipped disc in his neck, some arthritis in his leg and possibly some hearing loss or select hearing.
He has now had his heartworm treatment done and just needed a recovery period. He is a happy, sweet, friendly guy with a great personality, He rides well in the car and enjoys being with people. He did well at the groomer, he is wonderful, sweet, very good, friendly and easy to handle. He is now neutered and just a sweet, happy boy looking to find his forever home. He does have some arthritis issues and takes supplements to ease his pain. He can be walked a short distance, but he cannot do long walks or be your running pal. He is a great guy and will be a wonderful companion for someone to adopt and love. Please send in your application with his name on it, he would love to meet you!
If you are interested in adopting this cute cocker boy, please send an email message to: firstname.lastname@example.org for an adoption application. Our adoption fee is $300, which includes all of the vetting and care needs for this dog while in rescue.
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