Lemmy came to us from San Antonio ACS with absolutely no hair and open sores everywhere. He had sarcoptic and demodex mange, a yeast infection and a staff infection. As a result, he was only handled to medicate during his early months. He is slightly afraid of people. he is doing better by the day; however he still needs a patient home. He should be good with kids since he has never offered to bite.
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