His owner has had him since puppyhood and is being forced to give him up as her apartment she has lived in for over 10 years is going pet free and her new neighbors have put in a complaint saying they want the dog out by August 15th. She is a widow with mounting medical bills to pay from her husband's long illness that makes it financially impossible for her to move anywhere else.
Cubby is healthy, but can get occasional ear infections & recently had hurt his neck, but that is almost healed after being on Rymadil. He can now go down steps just fine, but is still afraid to go up them, so a home without a lot of steps would be a good fit. He has a very slight heart murmur that he has always had and does not bother him at all.
Cubby may need to wear a belly band inside as he sometimes will lift his leg if not taken out often enough. (We can supply you with some of these) We will also pay to have him neutered and teeth cleaned at our Vet in West Caldwell for anyone that adopts him.
If you can open your heart & home to this wondeful loving little boy, you will be rewarded with years of love and puppy kisses! Please fill out our application at this link: http://www.bichonrescuenj.com/bichon-frise-rescue-nnj-adoption-app.html
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