2 years old
Good with dogs
Unknown with cats
Good with gentle kids
Very secure, physical fence required.
Bear was recently surrendered to Finding Shelter by the faily of his forer owner who passed away. She had him fro when he was a puppy along with a senior pomeranian who recently passed away. His mom got sick and her teenage granddaughters did not know how to care for a dog. After she died, Bear spent many hours inside or tied outside to a tree. He kept getting loose and running to a neighbor's house. That neighbor is a Finding Shelter foster and she spoke to the young girls about his care and safety and they admitted that they could not take care of him and asked for Finding Shelter to help. Bear is an energetic, bouncy, happy, playful boy who needs some training but loves to be loved and make his people happy. He will lean in for a hug or just to be close to someone. Bear got a second chance at happiness. Won't you make all of his dreams come true?
The first step in the process is to submit an application at www.findingshelter.org. To apply to adopt Bear, please go to www.findingshelter.org.
Applicants should live within 30 miles of King of Prussia, PA please.
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