If you would like to take me home please complete a Pet Adoption Application
This wonderful boy has had a life that needs to be forgotten. Love, affection, and patience will do the trick. Marty and a female companion were left tied to a tree without food or water for days - until a neighbor worried about frigid temperatures and called a Humane Officer. Kenneled for safety, Marty did not do well - becoming cage aggressive. His life now in the balance the HPO reached out to us for help and we accepted. Marty's ears were "cropped" with scissors, they are horrid looking but do not detract at ALL from that face and those eyes! Marty needs a fenced in yard, no small children, no cats, and breed experience. An onsite home visit will be mandatory. Do you meet those guidelines? find our application on our website: www.camppapillon.org.
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