Hi! Wallie here.
I am a 9 year old who found myself taken to a shelter because my owner was going to college and decided she didn't need me anymore. Thank goodness the wonderful people at NBRAN found out about me and picked me up!
I am very healthy, in fact I'm a little bit over weight. I'm UTD on my vaccines, HW negative and super friendly. I am good with other dogs and cats are an unknown. When I was at the vet for my check up they found out I have a very mild form of something called Laryngeal Paralysis. My foster mom says it is barely noticeable now that I am happy at her house. Because of this it has been recommended that I be adopted in a Northern cooler climate to keep me healthy.
I am such an amazing boy and will make a great companion, don't let my age fool you. I love to play and hunt the laser pointer as long as you will play with me. Did you say squeaky ball? I have one and it is my favorite toy! Car rides?? Oh Yes Please!!! Did I mention I am house trained, walk well on a leash, sit for treats, and don't jump on the furniture. I am a submissive boy and when bedtime comes I am happy to sleep in my bed on the floor next to you in your bed. Do I have any negative issues? Yes, just one sadly. I have some mild toy aggression, but my foster mom is working on it. Please don't let that be a deal breaker though. One last thing, the children in the neighbor just love me, so I guess that means I am good with children also.
So if you are looking for the perfect guy to add to your life remember Wallie and email Kathy Miller the Georgia Coordinator to talk about me. Kathy.Miller4072@gmail.com. Wallie is being fostered in Georgia. His adoption fee is $200. He can be transported up to 1,400 miles on our Canine Railroad.
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