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This super sweet senior is Rudy. He's up for adoption through Main Street Mutt Rescue in Bellingham, WA. He is a super cuddly guy, he loves to be held. He's also very quiet, I haven't heard him bark once! He's looking for someone to love him for the rest of his life. He was dropped off in a shelter when he was 2 years old but was adopted quickly, and then recently ended up back at a high kill shelter in CA at 12 years old, no fault of his own. His elderly owner passed away and her family did not want to take him in. He is a chi mix, 12 years old, and about 15lbs. He is hard of hearing and has dry eyes, so needs eye drops daily but besides that he's a healthy guy! He likes walks and he gets around great, but he does need to lose a few pounds. A home with no stairs or few stairs would be best. He does great with other dogs, he's very curious about cats, and he will be fine living with respectful kids.
Adoption fee is $175
MSMR follows a screening process which includes a filled out application, meets with our dog and us and your dog (if applicable), home visits and anything else we deem necessary to ensure our dogs go to the best homes. To be considered for adoption of this or any of our dogs, please fill out our application at http://mainstreetmutt.rescuegroups.org/forms/
You may also email any questions you have to adoptions.MSMR@outlook.com.
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MSMR is a rescue and adoption organization helping all breeds. We help High Risk shelter dogs at High Kill shelters, strays, and owner surrenders. We are a WA state registered Non-profit.
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