Denali, age 5, needs to catch a break. He was found as a stray, emaciated, with signs of being severely abused or neglected. He had stains on his underside and legs from lying on own urine and was very thin. But in spite of all this, his spirit and personality are loving and kind. This little 10-pound guy is very, very smart and a bit of a prankster. He loves to tease other dogs in a playful way and will run and chase them for hours. Because of his background, Denali is a bit fearful when meeting new people so he needs time to get to know them, and once he does, his true personality emerges. You should see this boy dance and spin when he is happy! Denali loves to snuggle and loves to sleep under the covers. Denali is not all that fond of children so would do best in a home with no children. He loves being outside just exploring and lying in the sun so he would prefer a yard with a fence, but, if that is not possible, he needs someone committed to taking him for daily walks. He is leash trained and crate trained. He is working on his potty training manners and is making rapid progress. Could your home be the right one for him?
The suggested donation amount for Denali is $200, which is TAX DEDUCTIBLE, and goes toward providing supportive services to animals in the home, as well as the high cost of vetting our dogs in rescue. To fill out an application, please visit the following web address: http://www.muddypawssecondchancerescue.com/#!adopt-a-pet/c7cy The adoptions for all of our dogs will be in the Omaha, NE area and must be done by the adoptive family in person. If you would like to find out more about Muddy Paws Second Chance Rescue, or donate to our dogs, please visit our website at MuddyPawsSecondChanceRescue.com or our Facebook page at Muddy Paws Second Chance Rescue, and while you are there, please don't forget to Like our page!
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