Max came to us as an abused dog, who had boiling water poured on him. He has been to the vet and is healing. He is such a sweet boy, even though he has been through all that. Likes to snuggle under a blanket and, or curl up in your lap. Max needs a companion dog that can match his high energy when running in the yard or playing in the house. A meet and greet will be a must to see if Max and your dog are a good match. Max gets very excited when food or treats are being given. This excitement can become aggression toward the closest dog. He needs to be fed and given treats away from other dogs. Just know that this may be a permanent part of his personality and feeding time will have to be in separate locations.
Before submitting your application please have ALL veterinarian contact information for all of your current and previous animals that you have had for the past 5 years. Also, if applicable please have all landlord/rental contact information available as you will need it to fill out the application. If all requested information is not completed in its entirety, we will be unable to process your application. If any item is not applicable please put N/A in the cooresponding answer block.
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