My name is now Lucky Boy, but I used to be called Virgo/Fred. I am a reddish blonde 10 year old cocker boy. I was rescued out of a NC shelter by a caring, good - hearted person who adopted me. Turns out, this person really didn't have time to spend with me and couldn't take care of my vet needs. I was with him for a few weeks before he decided to take me to this local vet where this CCR rescue owner just happens to get her dogs vet care done. After some discussion, she agreed to take me, get my vet needs taken care and find me a home.
At my vet evaluation, they found that I had white, pussy infected ears that needed to be taken care of pronto. Due to my age and the neglect of my infected ears over the years it has caused me to be deaf and nothing can help to change things. I have also suffered some injury to my back that has caused me to have IVD - Disc disease that makes it so that my rear legs take a bit of time to get moving and then I do ok. The good news is that I am heartworm negative, neutered and these folks have now done a much needed dental on me to sew up a big hole in my jaw and I lost 10 teeth. Now, I feel much better. I am a real sweet guy, so don't overlook me just because I am older and have some health issues that possibly could have been prevented if my original past owner had taken better care of me. It would be a dream come true for me to find a loving forever home of my own with someone who will love and care for me because I deserve to have a good rest of my life. Please give me a 2nd chance to be your new best friend, wonderful companion and help me to have a bright future in a home where I am appreciated, taken care of and very loved.
If you are interested in adopting this cocker boy senior doggie, please send an email message to: firstname.lastname@example.org for an adoption application. Our adoption fee is $100. to a home with someone who can financially take care of him as needed due to his age. Our adoption fee includes all of the vetting and care needs for this dog while in rescue.
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