Bear was turned into the county shelter as a senior pet. He is vetted and healthy but has experienced a little incontinence due to a major UTI (which is being treated). Bear will follow others dogs to the yard for potty breaks and will eliminate very time; it's just when he see's you, that he may get a little excited and may dribble. At this phase in Bear's life, all he wants most is a devoted, compassionate human who will nurture and love him for eternity.
To meet Bear, please contact the Farley Foundation at Adopt4leggeds@aol.com or 910-315-9569. Thank you for wanting to adopt a homeless animal in need and for giving this special little guy a second chance at life.
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