Teller is now healthy, not on any medication, but he does have a heart murmur. He would benefit with some help on losing a little weight. Teller loves short, slow walks and tootling around the yard. Neglect has resulted in him losing most of his fur. He did have a mass removed and the Doctors think with some good food, TLC and the much needed medical care he received that the fur will grow back.
Teller has been debarked and we need someone patient to pay attention to his needs. He is very smart and a chill little guy. Teller is fine with other dogs and cats. But mostly he loves his people. He loves just hanging out & taking naps. He is a real joy and has a funny personality and does the most adorable little happy dance.
Teller would do best in a nice quiet house to enjoy life in. He would prefer a home with older children. Teller is house trained to a dog door.
Teller has been neutered, current on vaccinations, tested negative for heartworm and also micro chipped. He has had bloodwork, dental with extractions, and extensive medical work done.
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