His first owners kept him over one year since he was a puppy then abandoned him to animal shelter after all. His second owner kept him for two weeks then abandoned him back to shelter by “he is not a guard dog”. His left eye ball has a scar after second owner; we took him to vet hospital immediately to treat the eye when we rescued him. His left eye has vision but the scar is still there but lighter.
Animal shelter likes to keep his life since he is really friendly and unique color of fur but animals had been sent to this shelter every day; he will be killed by euthanasia when shelter is not able to accommodate more incoming stray animals. He has had stayed in government animal shelter for 5 months, every volunteer loves him. A good dog can be good company and family. He just needs more chances to be seen, people will love his uniqueness since he is so nice and easy going and stable. Browny is waiting for his future destiny and uncertain fate. We hope he will soon be adopted by a loving family where he can be loved and cherished forever.
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