History: Teddy was at our local shelter which is a kill shelter. He was seized due to a fence issue with his owners. The owners never fixed the problem and came back for him. He looks a lot like our personal rottweiler when he was younger, therefore, we named him after ours. Teddy Bear. We have to call him Teddy #2 now that he is under the rescue so we don't confuse him with our own when speaking, haha! People helped raise some funds for Teddy so he could leave the shelter! A lot of people rooted him on. We all thought Teddy was heartworm positive and that was why he was rescue only BUT the day we went to break him free....it turned out Teddy was heartworm negative!
Personality: Goofy typical rottie pup. Likes to play fetch! Will actually bring the ball back to you! (That's rare for me to find.) Rope toys? He will rip them apart but has fun doing it! I'm sure he would love a good chew bone, a comfy bed inside, and a yard to romp around in! Did good with all dogs we've had him around. Young so he has energy and will need to be taught. We do like our dogs to be part of the family, if you plan to chunk him in your back yard just to gaze eyes on him here and there....he is not the dog for you. This dog has amazing potential if placed in the right home. The breed is very sweet and devoted. Teddy deserves to have a life of love.
Vetting: Neutered. Up to date on shots. Heartworm test which was negative. Put on trifexis for heartworm/ flea/ tick prevention (lasts 1 month from date given). Fecal done as he was so skinny but it was negative. Plenty of good food should fatten him up in no time. Microchipped under the rescue (see below).
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