found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
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I am already neutered, purebred, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, not good with kids, and good with dogs.
Like his brothers, Hoss has had Demodex, also known as “Demodectic Mange” or “Red Mange.” Please don’t let this keep you from giving this little guy a chance to steal your heart. All dogs and even humans have the domodex mites, however, his immune system just doesn’t keep them in check the way it should. It is NOT contagious to humans or other animals. It is EASILY and INEXPENSIVLEY treated with Ivermectin (our Vet is willing to work with you and/or your Vet). His foster mom will be happy to talk with you as well. When you start treatment at the first sign of an outbreak, it is a very MINOR condition. Hoss' Demodex has been treated, and he is currently clear. However, since it is and immune system issue, it can come back, should he become ill or overly stressed. Hopefully, in a happy, healthy home, there will not be any more outbreaks. You just need to watch for the beginning of a red rash and treat it immediately. Left untreated, itching and scratching can lead to secondary infections, which require antibiotic or antifungal medications. Hoss would do well with children 6 years and older and he will not be placed in a home with a dog weighing more than 25 pounds. Hoss' adoption donation is negotiable to a family who has researched Demodex and is willing to commit themselves to him for life. We do approve out of state adoptions, but Hoss' new home will need to be within a 100 mile radius of Birmingham, Alabama, and you will need to be prepared to drive to his foster home to get him. We do not ship or transport our dogs. If you are interested in adopting Hoss, the first step is to submit your APPLICATION.
We do not place any dog in a home with "invisible" or underground fencing.