2 year 9 month old Male Total Loving Mutt
I've been at ARC for 1 years 3 months
Weight: 38 Pounds
This wonderfully affectionate and charming young boy came to us by way of Clewiston Animal Control. He was seized from a terrible hoarding situation where he was one of 12-15 dogs being kept locked inside a mobile home. They often had to fight to get enough food, and were never let outside. Poor Grant had never even seen grass, and was afraid of everything. When we went to Clewiston to pick him up, he was just absolutely pathetic. He sat on the cold floor, turned towards a corner in the room. He was so afraid. We started to get him to trust us with bits of boiled chicken. After a couple of hours, we were able to corral him into a crate to bring him back to ARC. After months of gaining his trust, we finally got him out of isolation and out into a lodge. You just wouldn't believe the difference that shear LOVE has made in this dog's life! He is the most affectionate, loving little creature! He loves to zoom around his yard with his best friend Delaney. He truly has a happy life, now.
Grant is being treated for heartworms. He is not yet available for adoption, but will be before too long. We will update his bio as soon as he becomes available.
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PDATE: Grant has completed his heartworm treatment and is now Negative! He is officially available for adoption!
My ideal home:
I would give anything for a happy, loving and playful home!
I'm good with:
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