This is Momo. He is 4 years old and as sweet as they come. He and his friend were surrendered to us because the owner was moving and couldn't take them with them. Momo and is friend Coco had been outside dogs all their life. You can clearly see that he had a rough life. Owner said that they were fed left overs which they just threw in the yard for them. Easy to believe after we witnessed how they were treated when they were brought to us Not enough that Coco and Momo were transported in a trash can... yes you read that right ...a TRASH CAN but when we approached the owner that this is not a nice way to transport a dog, each of the ladies grabbed one of the dogs on their legs, pulled them out of the trash can, walked towards us while still holding the dogs on the legs and handed them over. We couldn't reach for the babies faster. We had them sign the release form very very very quick and then asked them to leave our property. It was terrible to watch. Thank god they at least surrendered them and cared that much. Momo is not absolutely housebroken but getting there, but completely crate trained. He is a sweetheart. He is very submissive and gets along with everybody. People, kids and other dogs. He has adjusted very well to his foster home within only 24 hours he blossomed. He weighs 18 lbs and looks like a Pinscher mix. He is awesome and would make a wonderful family pet. Since he knows he is loved he has a little bit of separation anxiety but it gets better by the day.
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