Hello, my name is Vineto. I am a young big pup I am just over a year old. I came from a rural part of Kentucky in awful shape, I was dumped at the shelter with mange, blood in my stool, I was emaciated and scared from being beat. I don''t understand why someone treated me like that. I came into rescue very scared and constantly shaking. I have been rehabilitating from PTSD the past 3 months and I am doing really well! I am still nervous and shy, loud sounds scare me! But I sure due getting my head pet by my foster mommy and running in the park with other dogs. I love to play with toys and hang out with the dogs outside. I am super grateful that the nice people at Midwest Canine Connection were able to save me from the shelter, I am finally becoming a dog. I have a lot of energy, and I love to cuddle! I am crate trained and almost house broke too! I also get along well with other dogs. A few things about me, play fetch, run at the dog park and play with my toys. I would prefer a home with a back yard, you know a dogs gotta run! I think the perfect family for me would be an active one, I am no couch potato, I cant wait for you to email my foster mommy! Come meet me!
My adoption fee is $150, and includes my veterinary expenses as follows: current vaccines as my age allows, deworming, having me altered, getting a microchip so I don't ever get lost, current flea and tick preventative, and a veterinary exam. If you are interested in meeting me and providing me with a long term loving home, please fill out an adoption application found at www.MidwestCanineConnection.com or email my current foster mommy at MidwestCanineConnection@gmail.com with any questions or to have an application emailed to you. At meet and greet will be arranged once your application had been approved.
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