I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
UPDATE on stray from Inglewood dropped off at Police Department three and a half weeks ago.
Red (name given to him by us) was found by Good Samaritan running onto the 105 freeway on ramp in rush hour. He was then brought to Inglewood Police Department. We were called in to help and we immediately went to get this puppy in the early evening on a Friday.
Sadly no one has come forward claiming Red as their own. Three days after we picked him up he was diagnosed with a strong positive for Parvo. Dr. Harrison jumped into action to provide all the necessary medical attention needed to ensure a recovery for this amazing young boy. We are happy to report that Red is a survivor and is thriving and doing amazing after beating this deadly disease.
Thank you Dr. Harrison as always and to our amazing staff here at The Lovejoy Foundation who all played a part in getting this pup to pull through. It has been over fourteen days since the onset of the virus and Red is no longer carrying the disease and is no longer a risk of passing the virus to others. Here is his first day of freedom back on the yard. He froliced in the sun and played with his friends. (HE IS SO HANDSOME)!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Red is on our neuter list for Thursday's schedule and will be ready for adoption once he recovers. If you are interested in meeting this 4 and 1/2 month old Red Nose Pit, please call 310-719-5707 to set an appointment to meet him.