Bue Ray is a sweetheart who loves being around people, other dogs and even cats. He is deaf and would need to be re-homed with a family that has another pet who can be a set of ears for him. He will do best in a home with another pet, as it calms him when he's left alone. Otherwise, he's prone to barking, as if he's trying to beckon a friend back to his side.
Bue Ray hung out in someone’s yard for 3 days and would not leave. Rescue was called because he was in bad shape and his finders didn’t think he would make it. But a little TLC goes a long way, he's back in good health. He does require special kidney food to keep his system working smoothly, so do consider this as a need.
Bue Ray is ready to find his new forever family where he can continued to be showed with TLC. It will need to be in a home vs an apt or condo since he has a good loud bark -- he just can't hear it for himself!
Age: 5 years
Temperament: Gets along with kids, dogs and cats
Training: He is housetrained and crate trained
Vetting: He is neutered, up to date on vaccines and heartworm negative
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