Dali was found with several little dogs in the feeder road of the freeway dodging traffic. Sadly, two of the little dogs didn't make it out alive. It appears one of the dogs had attacked Dali as he had bite marks about his head and ears, for which he received antibiotics and a topical spray which helps accelerate debriding, tissue growth, and closing of the wounds. The wounds have healed.
Dali is free of heartworms and intestinal parasites, up to date on routine vaccinations and preventatives, is neutered and microchipped. Although he is a nervous dog, he will warm up and becomes quite the kissy-cuddlemonster :)
Dali gets along well with other dogs, he prefers small dogs. Dali is house/crate trained. We do not know how he is with cats, but if you need, we can test him. Let us know if this is a need for you. He loves to be held and be with his people, loves to sleep in bed with his people, under the covers.
He prefers a quiet atmosphere with no children, or children under 16.
Should a gathering or social event take place, Dali would prefer to have a place to hide out of sight, like a crate in a quiet, closed bedroom out of the way. Dali should not be in a home with children or in a very loud home with many social events.
To get the ball rolling, please visit our website to complete online adoption application to get the ball rolling!
Local (Houston area) adoptions only for Dali, please.
Thank you so much!
Adoption fee: $200
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