Bean is a handsome red and black German Shepherd mix that comes to us from the Davidson County Animal Shelter. Poor boy hasn't had it easy. His former owners never bothered to keep him on heart worm prevention and now he is heart worm positive. A simple $20 a month pill and this guy wouldn't be infested. Bean is currently undergoing heart worm treatment.
Boy is this guy super sweet. He is curious and adapts well to new situations. Bean does NOT like other dogs. He will walk by other dogs when they are kenneled and even sniff noses with them. However, when loose with others he will go straight after another dog in a very aggressive manner. Bean must go to a home with NO OTHER DOGS or CATS. Bean is happy, playful and loves attention. He knows basic commands and even gives paw. He needs a little work on his leash manners but with consistency that won't take long. He rides great in the car and is a good boy when at the vets office. Bean is crate train and house trained.
We are currently looking for a foster or foster-to-adopt for Bean. This would require keeping him contained to limit his activity during his treatment which means leash walking, no running, jumping, playing. All expenses would be paid by JLGSR. Foster/Adopter must be willing to take Bean to our veterinarian in Advance, NC for his treatment/vet appointments.
IF you are interested in either fostering or adopting Bean, please check out our policies and fill out an application at https://www.jettslegacy.com/adopting-and-fostering.html.
Bean is UTD, on flea/tick/HW preventatives and will be microchipped, and neutered prior to adoption. Adoption fee $400 Note:
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