already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Leo is an adorable little guy who was found living on his own for months until he picked out a wonderful lady and ask her for help. He would show up at her house and bark every evening for her to feed him but wouldn't let her near him. Finally she was able to slip a collar on him while he was eating and the rest is history. Leo wasn't in the best of shape, she took him directly to the vet where they found that his tail was severely infected and had to be amputated. He was very thin, had fleas and worms, and was suffering from neglect. His wonderful guardian angel got him on his feet and then reached out to us to find him a home with more time then she had to devote to him. Leo is a very sweet boy, he loves attention, is good with other dog's, would be excellent with older children, is about 3 yrs old. He would love a home for Christmas where he could be cuddled and spoiled like he deserves to be. This will probably be his first Christmas where he doesn't have to worry about his next meal or about being warm and loved. Leo seems to be housebroken and is about 20 lbs.
I have been involved in rescue for the past ten years ever since I was asked to foster a pregnant boxer for another rescue. Beth was doing rescue on her own as was Rozanne who did alot of fostering for the Monroeville shelter. This year we decided to ghet together and apply for our 501c3 as Sad Tails of PA or SAD for short.
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