Meet handsome young Stash. He's believed to be about 2.5 yrs old. Stash was picked up by Animal Control along with a beautiful young female. Stash is a big boy, in need of basic doggy manners, as he really likes to jump. But that's an easy fix! Our sweet boy, Stash came to us with some sort of substance on his coat that had dried hard, and stuck the hair to his skin. After multiple attempts to remove it with Dawn soap and then canola oil were unsuccessful, and Stash was letting us know it was painful, the vets had to sedate him and shave the fur, only to find that the substance had irritated his skin to the point of an infection. Stash was immediately put on pain meds and antibiotics, and is now on his way to feeling like a million bucks. And to add insult to injury, he also developed a hematoma at his neuter site after he arrived at our vet clinic. So this poor guy has had a rough couple of weeks, but the whole time he's been nothing but a young, playful (and jumpy, but we are working on that) dog. He walks nicely in the leash until he sees a rabbit, then its game on. He needs to gain some weight, and he will be a nice, tall boy. If you are interested in meeting Stash, the first step in our adoption process is to fill out our online adoption application. It doesn't obligate you to adopt him or any of our orphans. It simply gets the ball rolling, should you choose to adopt from us now or in the future.
Stash, German Shepherd Dog & Husky Mix has been shared from Shelter Exchange.
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