Crandall is a sweet guy with a big happy smile for everyone he meets. He came from a family who had too many dogs they couldn't care for, so he appreciates every bit of extra love and attention he gets! Crandall is enjoying his foster family completely, and he is grateful to have a warm and cozy spot for himself! He loves running & playing in the fenced yard, and is great with his foster dog siblings. (We aren't sure how he would be with cats, since there aren't any in his foster home.) He gets better each day walking on a leash, and isn't pulling so much... he is so excited about his new life, it is hard for him to contain himself! (He may knock smaller kids down due to this, so his forever family should have older kids, rather than little ones). Crandall tested "mild positive" for heartworm disease; he's on pre-meds now, and will be treated for it in early December. Heartworm is entirely curable (and preventable), and he will be as good as new once his treatment is complete! He is playful and energetic, and would love to be a running or walking buddy in his new family in the future (but only short, calm strolls for 6 weeks right after treatment please). Crandall is a dear doggie, and he deserves to be part of a family where he is cherished as a family member... and where he can have fun playing and being a dog, not worrying about where his next meal will come from. Once he finds his family, Crandall will share his endless love and loyalty with them completely!
All STAR animals come vetted, Up to Date (UTD) on age appropriate shots and testing, spay and neutered (if of age,) and microchipped.
Please fill out an adoption application and start the process for your new family member!
AGE DISCLAIMER: Unfortunately, most of the orphaned animals that come into our rescue looking for homes don’t bring birth certificates. Sometimes we know our pets’ ages. Sometimes we don’t. So we make our best guess based on the condition of their teeth and the veterinarians best guess. BREED DISCLAIMER: Visual breed identification in dogs is unreliable so for most of the dogs we are only guessing at predominant breed or breed mix. We get to know each dog as an individual and will do our best to describe each of our dogs based on personality, not by breed label . Microchips: For the safety of our dogs and peace of mind of our fosters and adopters, STAR microchips all dogs prior to adoption with Petlink Microchips. Please understand that all dogs MUST still wear a collar with ID tags (which include your current information) AT ALL TIMES. Please remember, our foster dogs are extremely important to us-- we will always take any of our dogs back, if for any reason you can't keep your adopted dog. Never surrender him/her to a shelter!
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