Meet Arlo! He is a very sweet senior boy who loves everybody. He adjusted very quickly to his new living environment and gets along very well with his foster sister. Arlo likes to go for short walks but is a little unsteady on his feet if it's uneven terrain. He is building up his strength and gaining weight but still has a little ways to go. Arlo had very bad teeth when he came to the rescue and recently had surgery to remove them, he loves to eat and is doing very well on a soft diet. Arlo has not had one tinkling accident in the house since he's been here, we are still doing some work on going poopy outside. A very regular schedule seems to be the key. Arlo is crate trained and I do crate him while I'm at work. If I am just leaving for a few hours he stays free in the house with no problems at all. Since he's been living in his new foster home we have come to realize that Arlo is deaf. He so well adjusted that it took us a while to realize this. Arlo would love to find a forever home with people to love him as much as he deserves, he has lots of love to give!
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