already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with dogs.
Cimeron is a little over a year. He has already had a rough start. This poor boy was attacked by other dogs and had so many wounds. He has since recovered and is wonderful. He has the handsome black and tan face that just says please take me home. This boy knows sit, stay, and down. He is very trainable. Cimeron loves to play. He is leash trained and crate trained. Cimeron is good with other dogs and people. He is very smart boy who has a lot of energy. He would love to go for runs with his master. He needs an active family or active person for his energy level. Cimeron loves treats. He needs a home with a fenced yard this is a MUST. This guys needs a good home where he can have lots of room to run!
Our mission and focus is to benefit the lives of the animals and people in our county by providing for the humane treatment of pets thru foster care, appropriate medical care, rehabilitation of pets, comprehensive adoption coordination, consistent spay/neuter funding programs and public education with a goal of reducing the homeless pet population, irresponsible breeding and the prevention of cruelty and neglect to animals.
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Since ALL of our funding is from donations (we are not supported by a government agency), fundraising and a few spay/neuter grants, we always need monetary donations and food and supply donations including straw and bedding material. With winter coming we could really use some more dog houses and tarps (used is welcome). Used crates are also always needed. Pick up can be arranged within a reasonable distance. Thank you for your support.
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