My name is Shelton. I am a cream colored Pomeranian boy about 4 to 5 years old. I was picked up by NC Animal Control when they found me and Miranda, a girl Pomeranian, alone and just wondering around. Both of us are very sweet and the shelter decided to reach out to CCR once again for rescue help as they had taken two other Poms awhile ago that got adopted and found their forever homes.
On my ride to CCR, I rode pretty well. I am a sweet guy, a bit on the timid side. I came into rescue and the vet found that I tested as heartworm positive so these nice rescue folks got my treatment done with the help of adoption money and a few wonderful supporters who donated to help me get well. My recovery time went well and I am now also neutered and have had a much needed dental. I am a very happy, easy going guy who loves to be held and cuddled. When I first meet you, it will take me a few minutes to get to know you and then I will show you that overall, I am just a great guy who would love to be your sweet baby boy, get lots of TLC and be your wonderful indoor house companion. Please give me the loving home that I deserve and a better, brighter future in a wonderful home environment. I would love for you to just spoil me rotten and appreciate me for the wonderful guy that I am. Fill out an application with my name on it to be approved, I would love to be your new best friend and a wonderful addition to your family!
If you are interested in adopting this wonderful, cute little guy, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org for an adoption application. Our adoption fee is $300, which includes all of the vetting and care needs for this dog while at our rescue.
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