I was turned in to the South LA pound as an owner surrender in mid-February, and it didn't take long for the shelter staff to fall in love with me. They told CageFree that I was in need of a forever home, and my new friends at the rescue agreed to help find me one. After a short car ride, I found myself at CageFree's facility, surrounded by lots of new friends. I was a little shy at first, but after spending a few minutes with the staff, I warmed up to them and gave them plenty of kisses.
I was treated for a skin condition called Demodex, which caused much of the fur on my back to fall out. The treatment included bi-weekly medicated baths at the veterinarian's office...and that's it! Yup, it was a pretty easy fix. My fur has already grown back in and I don't need any further treatment at this time.
I could definitely benefit from some training. I'm not very good at walking on a leash yet, but I'm learning! I'm still just a puppy, so you can't really blame me for not knowing any of my basic commands yet. I'll get there!
So, what do you think? Do I seem like the right dog for you? If so, please contact CageFree to arrange a visit with me. I can't wait to move into my forever home!
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