MEET LOGAN. Logan is a 3 year old, 40 pound red heeler/Lab mix who is roughly 20 inches tall at his shoulders. We told Logan to make a funny face for the camera, and he kept sticking his tongue out at us! We asked him to make a serious face, and he stuck his tongue out again! We think Logan believes his best quality is his great smile and long tongue. We do too because seeing Logan smile makes us smile. You see Logan's life story is a true rescue story. He had a terrible life before we got him. Being hit with sticks. Roaming the neighborhood for food because his owner only fed him scraps and sometimes not at all. And being beaten with a baseball bat breaking his hip and never seeing a vet until our rescuers picked him up. After surgery being confined for six weeks. Being diagnosed with heartworm and going through that treatment. For him to have a full belly, be healthy again, smell the sweet air of the day, and be able to run like he does at his foster home is heaven for him. So who can blame him for smiling as much as he does now.
Besides his smile, Logan is one of the sweetest and happiest dogs you will ever meet. Everyone who has met him just raves about what a great personality he has. He is content to sit by your side or in your lap, give you love and kisses, go for a long walk or run, and be your constant companion. He is great with kids and other dogs. He is not a big barker, but his hearing and sense of smell are unbelievable. His foster says he always comes outside and rotates like a weather vane, smelling in every direction. He smiles when he finds the most promising direction and then races (honestly 30-40 MPH) in chosen direction. He is house and crate trained, neutered, and up to date on his shots. He also recently went through heartworm treatment and now has a clean bill of health.
If you can give Logan a forever home filled with love and kindness and a big yard to run in, please apply at Charliescrusaders.org, we can assure you will be rewarded in turn with lots of big smiles and unconditional love each and every day.
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