I'm being cared for by: Cyan's Private Garden Rescue
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Facts about Trek-a-Roo
Breed: German Shorthaired Pointer/Doberman Pinscher Mix
Color: Black - With White
Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Trek-a-Roo was a little lost puppy wandering down our street about to be snatched up by some strangers driving down the road. My husband saw a car stop and try to catch him. They took his collar off and he got away from them. He came running across the street and my husband picked him up. He is named Trek because of the long journey he was about to go on and Roo, because of his long hind legs like a kangaroo. Trek was covered in bite wounds, some old and some new. He brought a respiratory infection along with him and some of my other dogs came down with it. Everyone was put on antibiotics.Trek also came down with parvo even after his vaccine. He was a very sick little puppy. We were very worried about him for awhile. After about $1000.00 worth of treatments he is fine. Out of all the years I have been saving dogs, Trek is the first to have been treated so badly at such a young age. It was obvious that they were training him to fight. He was barely 6 weeks old when we got him and even being sick like he was, he had this mean streak that I have never seen before in a puppy. It was just awful. I can imagine the way they teased him to make him bark in his crate and bite. How he must have felt when the other dogs were made to bite him. Poor thing. Trek will be a year old this May. He is not the same dog as he was when he came to me. He is very loving and sweet. Wants to be someones lap dog and loves to play with his toys. He sits in his crate quitely and waits his turn. He will bark at other dogs but only while he is pinned in his crate. That stops with treats. We are still trying to get him to stop pulling on his leash. Trek does tricks for treats and makes a wonderful house dog he is just a big goofball.
Cyan is the founders personal dog who gives the rescue it's inspiration.Through her loyal divineness she has inspired me to do greater good in the animal community. Because of her, I work to make the community she lives in, a safer place to live for her and the other animals. Cyan has opened her home to share with other dogs, until a safe and secure home can be found, for them through adoptions. We are a 501(c)3 Public Charity Organization. We depend on Public Support! Please Donate....
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Our adoption fee is only $150.00. It is a non refundable fee. Sometimes we run specials! We have a trial period of 3 days before you sign the actual adoption contract. After the adoption contract is signed no refunds. If you decide later that you can't keep the animal we require you to return it to us.
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