When he arrived in Lubbock he went straight to the vet. He was tired and thin. Wally had a blood infection as a result of a tick-borne disease. He required several weeks of antibiotics and rest. We assumed Wally was mellow because he wasn't feeling well, but once he recovered he maintained his calm disposition. Wally is super easy going, which makes his displays of excitement even more fun to watch. Wally really enjoys bathing in the mud. He also enjoys his down time. In fact, his foster mom has to wake him up in the morning! He has become friends with all of the dogs in his home and does really well with most other dogs. Wally is almost potty trained and completely crate trained.
Wally is as beautiful on the inside as he is on the outside. His intimidating look is far from what you will find in his heart. He is one of the most gentle and kind creatures we have ever had the pleasure of rescuing.
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