We need all hands on board. Elliot needs our help to survive. Elliot's mom passed away in September of 2016. She left her 3 beloved dogs behind. She left money for their care and she left them with a caretaker. The caretaker can no longer take care of them.
The two seniors have gone to a senior sanctuary.
Elliot is still in the home and is at risk for euthanasia.
Elliot is a kind and friendly 7 year old dog. He is great with all people including kids. Though he lived with 2 other dogs and did very well, it did take some time for them to be able to live in harmony.
Elliot would do best in a home as an only pet and with a yard for him to run around and play. He is housebroken and does not bark.
Elliot has Myasthenia Gravis, this is a disease that affects muscle contraction. The disease has been very well controlled for several years.
He is under the care of the neurologist at Red Bank veterinary hospital.
Elliot comes with lifetime paid veterinary care. His vet bills will be paid for the remainder of his life. His mom left this for him.
He was obviously very loved and a very important part of his mom's life.
We are now fighting to save Elliot.
We have until March 28 to find him a foster or adoptive home.
Please email us at email@example.com or submit an application at folas.org to meet Elliot. He does not have much time left.
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