Rescuer initial JC
Treasure, 2 ½ year, neuter male, 40lb, Rottweiler mix
Hello, my name is Treasure, because my foster mom thinks that I am a treasure to her. Life on street were very tough, and worse than that one day I was beaten severely by someone who used a stick. Blood was all over my hind leg. I was in a lot of pain. A gentle and kind lady saw me, I knew she was my savior, despite my pain, I greet her with enthusiasm. She rush me to the hospital. From that on, my life changed. With a lot of TLC, I completely recover from my injury.
I am always very eager to please, but I do pee when I get excited. My foster mom wants me to be perfect before finding me a home, so she sent me to Uncle Brent in San Jose to learn how to have more confidence and not to pee when excited. Uncle Brent has been really good to me, he is also a very good and famous trainer, I leaned so much for being with him. Now I am completely ready, please take me home and give me a chance, I will be the best companion you could ever ask for. Please visit www.ahan.org to view my video and fill out an online application if you like to meet me. I am in San Francisco.
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