For those of you who may not know Andrew's story he was co-housed with Astrid, and another dog in a shelter. Astrid sadly passed away from a blood clot in her lungs, the damage from her injuries where just to much for our sweet girl. Andrew also sustained very bad injuries from this fight. As mentioned in an earlier post, we do not know what caused this horrific fight. Being co-housed, feeling lost, confused, so much to consider. Shelters are a horrible place ... to be. They are scary, and the high stress level is very bad for these poor dogs. Andrew is now healing and getting better each day and is looking for a Foster or better yet an Adopter. Andrew is adored and was known as a staff favorite at the shelter. Andrew tested very well with other dogs. He is a sweet boy. He presently is being treated for an Upper Respiratory Infection and is expected to make a full recovery. He is a happy boy who has so much love in his heart. What he needs is a family who wants to love him and give him a great home. Andrew is 3 years old and a perfect size at 44 pounds. We would love to tell Andrew he will have a home to go to after he gets medical clearance to make his way on transport.
If you would like to foster or adopt Andrew http://nycsecondchancerescue.org/app-form/
If you would like to donate for his Medical Care
Andrew is such a couch potato! We can't even seem to get a picture from his foster where he is standing up on all fours LOL! Andrew is such an incredible boy. He is wonderful with children and other dogs. He is pretty low maintenance as long as he's got a cuddle buddy and some love. Andrew is very chill and would do well in a quiet home where there's not a lot of screaming and yelling. He's not a barker. He is a wonderful companion to watch movies with and rumor has it he will leave the couch for his food and to relieve himself but pretty much prefers the couch. He is almost 60lbs and is such a sweet boy â¤
He isn't a fan of cats but that's ok Andrew will make up for it by loving all of the dogs he meets. Nycsecondchancerescue.org/app
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