Caboose had been living next to the railroad tracks in the Belen area. The crews that worked on the trains in that area had been feeding and watering him. He even protected one of the workers at night when a stranger was approaching him in a menacing way. But it was getting dangerous for him to be living near the tracks and out on his own. He got banged up a little and was taken into the vet. He is doing well and now is in a foster home looking for his furever home. He is a bouncy fella. He loves to give kisses. He prefers smaller dogs to larger dogs. He plays with the small dogs and barks at the bigger ones. Will you consider this survivor for your home?
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