found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
My foster family came to help some of us dogs get out of the shelter. You can see how sad I was in my picture in my kennel at the shelter. The next day or so after their visit, they came back and claimed me along with my friends - Betty Boop and Mitzy.
I am now neutered, up-to-date on my shots, micro-chipped, and had heartworm and fecal exams - results were negative! I'm eating like a little piggy and have picked up some weight.
What was so wonderful - was how I felt after I came back from the groomer! Before, I was so matted and miserable being so nasty and smelly. When I arrived back at my foster home after grooming. . . I was like a brand new dog. I've put the past behind me and now I am looking forward to a new future. I feel and look wonderful now!
My foster mom was concerned with my eye - as it appears to some that one of my eyes is a little smaller than the other. So, we made a special trip to the vet for an eye examination. The vet gave this report: that my one eye is normal however, one eye appears to be smaller than normal (microphthalmia) with a cataract. The vet suspects early trauma or a congenital birth defect. It doesn't seem to bother me at all -- I'm a happy little guy. It makes me special. :)
I love playing with the other dogs here - especially Coco. She likes to play tug and run in the yard with Mitzy and me. I love it outdoors and sometimes when it's nice I have to be coached to come in. I'd love to have a nice fenced yard and possibly another companion about my size to play tug with??? I love to lay in the sun by the sliding glass door with my buddies. What a wonderful life I have now - but, it would even be better to have a forever family of my very own to spoil me.
I'm crate trained. I do bark at night (for awhile) because I'd rather be with you then in my crate. I am working on my house-training. There are some other male doggies here and I started to mark - so I'm wearing a belly band at times. I don't mind it. I will do my pottying outside - I just need to continue the training process.
It's very obvious that Patches was someone's pet. He is very well adjusted and sweet; however, he was picked up as a stray and not claimed. He is a real delight to foster and is very sweet and lovable.
If you might be interested in Patches, please go to our website and complete an application to be considered to be his forever home. If you have any questions, please contact his foster home at the link on his website page and they will try to answer them the best they can.