Meet Ragnar <3 This beautiful boy is a 4 1/2 month old Staffordshire/Boxer mix. He came to Kate's with his brother Rollo near starved to death and so terrified of human interaction.....what little he got was not good. When he first came to us they would scream if you tried to touch them and sadly they fought bad over food and needed to be separated for their well being. He is very small for his age due to his malnutrition. With a lot of love and patience Ragnar has come a long way, he no longer screams or runs away when you approach him, occasionally he still runs away but is getting much better...his still cautious but really wants your love. His foster mommy has shown him that people are nice, good and that he will be fed all the time so there have been no food issues with his foster siblings. There is even a kitty at his foster moms and he loves to play with her but he does not hurt her! Her fur tickles his face lol!!! Ragnar is also good with kids, he is so gentle and sweet with them. He is still learning what it is to play, with dogs, humans and toys so he will need a loving family that will be patient with him, let him adjust to a new home and understand it may take him a little time to open up and feel safe. <3 His adoption fee is 200.00 and includes neuter, microchip, free month of pet insurance, free session with out trainer, up to date on shots up to adoption and well visit with our vet within 72 hours of adoption.
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