***Courtesy Post*** Copper is about a 5 1/2-year-old, 70 lb, neutered male bloodhound. He is heartworm positive as of September, 2016. He was at a shelter in Somerville where he was adopted out by my daughter. On May 16 he had monthly heartworm and flea prevention and a recheck exam. On September 10, 2016 he had a recheck for the heart worms again and came back positive. He is up-to-date on his shots, flea and tick prevention, and dewormer. His vaccinations are due March 2017. He is potty trained and is kennel/crate trained (although he doesn't like it a lot). Copper is friendly and has a good energy level. He likes taking walks (walks well on the leash) and he loves to play with other dogs! He's good with dogs, cats, and all people, including kids. Need to find this boy home ASAP! He is a very loving dog, just needs lots of TLC. I can't keep him because I have seven other dogs, and I know nothing about bloodhounds. He's in the Columbia area but I can drive halfway to anywhere for a good home. ***Courtesy Post*** This dog does not belong Shelter Animals Advocates the Heartbeat Goes On. Shelter Animals Advocates is in no way responsible or liable for this dog. Any adoption applications will be forwarded to the private citizen who has the dog and she will conduct all adoption proceedings.
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