Biltmore came to the shelter as a stray with an embedded collar that a citizens found and pulled the collar out of his wound. When he arrived he was in very good spirits and our veterinarian suggested we sedate him, clip and clean his wound and begin him on antibiotics. His wound is quickly healing and looks great. It has completely closed and the fur is beginning to grow back. We would like to get him into rescue so that he may find a loving home where he would not be placed outside on a chain. We have had no issues with temperament on Biltmore while he has been at the shelter. is a happy young dog, that enjoys playing. He gets excited around new dogs and is very friendly with the all the staff. He loves treats and attention.
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