Boris was rescued from the local kill shelter. Boris was covered in mange, a secondary skin infection, he was on the thin side and also had tested positive for Distemper. Boris spent a couple of days in the hospital receiving 24 hour care and we weren’t sure he was going to make it. We brought him home and continued nursing him and he amazed all of us because we, even the doctors, weren’t sure he would make it. But now he is thriving and 100% healthy with no side effects!
We believe he is a lab mix and about 5-6 months old. Boris is full of life and loves to play! He loves other dogs and everyone he meets! His potty training is going well and he has learned how to use a doggie door. This sweet boy has been through so much in a short time and he deserves an amazing home that will cherish and love him forever!
**Boris is neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and doing very well in his foster home. He is ready to find his family to complete his transformation. If our sweet boy sounds like a perfect match for your family, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to complete an adoption application please go to www.pawhuggers.org, hover over the Adoptables tab and then click on Adoption Application. His adoption fee is $500 to help cover the cost of his airline flight and his travel crate.
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