Wes had a hard start in life and as a puppy was bounced around between several homes after his Guardian was killed in a car accident. Wes was lucky enough to have found a loving couple to adopt him who also had another dog to play with and share his home. Wes welcomed a baby into the home recently, but isn't so sure about this new little being and his Guardians have decided to give him a tranquil environment.
Wes is 4 1/2 years old and weighs 55lbs. Wes loves to cuddle on the couch and have his belly rubbed or will gladly lay at your feet. He's not high energy, but will perk up in a heartbeat for a round of fetch and enjoys going for walks and short hikes. He gets along wonderfully with his brother Chester (a husky mix) and does well at doggy daycare with the other pups. Wes responds to 'come', 'sit', 'stay', 'shake' and 'lay down'. He has a sweet and happy demeanor and really just wants some TLC.
Wes will do best in a calm, adult home preferably with another dog. Breed experience preferred.
The adoptions process is as follows: The application can be found on our website www.pitstoprescue.com Please complete and submit the application so we can determine if it is a good match for all. A Sniff and Whiff will be arranged. Please include a brief description of your home situation and what characteristics you would like in a dog companion. The adoption fee is $350 and covers: All vaccines, micro-chip, deworming, spay/neuter & rabies. ADOPTION REQUIREMENTS: Application, Contract, Home-Check and Tax-deductible adoption fee/donation of $350. All animals are healthy, altered, micro-chipped and up-to-date on all shots. Southern California residents only.
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