For a month I would see them along this same busy street always together. Most of the time they would be lying next to each other. It was very heartbreaking for me to pass them and not be able to help them. Finally I decided to take them because it was obvious Sweeney needed medical help.
Now Sweeney is completely healed, neutered, vaccinated, dewormed, fecal test done, frontlined, and microchipped. He is a mellow and affectionate guy and really loves being a couch potato and would love to go on long walks--but he wouldn't enjoy jogging. He gets along well with other dogs, but not with cats.
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