Chance is an American Bulldog mix that came to the city shelter as a stray. He wasn't an easy catch either. He had been seen by several concerned citizens and all were trying to woo him over with food. With a little time and patience we were finally able to gain his trust. He was covered in more ticks than I have ever seen in my years of rescue work. Once at shelter he was given all his vaccinations and neutered, that's when we discovered he has ehrlichiosis which is a very treatable and curable tick born illness. He is currently on his second month of a 3 month cycle of antibiotics and is doing extremely well. He has gained around 15 pounds and is looking and feeling wonderful. He is a young dog and needs and active family. He stays in outdoor facilities so we are unsure if he is potty trained or how he does with cats.
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