Saved from euthanasia, Rod had an embedded collar that left a nasty infected wound. He has healed physically and is now in foster where we discovered Rod is blind. Despite being blind Rod is a happy, sweet and playful pup! Once he becomes comfortable in his surroundings he really comes out of his shell! Rod has a huge heart and a silly, sweet disposition. He does great with children too! He is a resilient pup and ready to find a forever family that will be as loyal and dedicated to him as he will be to them❤️
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