found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
My name is Cameron!
Facts about Cameron
- Breed: Husky/German Shepherd Dog Mix
- Color: Unknown
- Age: Adult
- Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
- Sex: Male
- ID#: D2013328
I am already neutered and up to date with shots.
Cameron is a big boy but as you can see, he had some issues with his coat. Oceana County took him to the vet where the diagnosis was fleas and allergies to fleas. He is currently being medicated and soon his coat will be lush and shiny again.He is about 3 or 4 and has a wonderful temperament. If you like big dogs with expressive faces, he is your dude!This is what his foster Dad says about him:"Conversation started August 211:36amBill Ginny-LeeBill & Ginny Lee 9549 South Bay Lane Pentwater, MI 49449 231-869-5580 Bill.firstname.lastname@example.org:01pmLisa Gould PortengaThank you! If you want to give me a little bit about Cameron's personality I can add that to his listing too - thanks for fostering! Cheryl speaks very highly of you!Monday10:19pmBill Ginny-LeeLisa,'Cameron' came into the shelter with his tail tucked and hair missing. He was a pretty sad sack. We pulled Cameron from the shelter the next day, about a week ago, and took him to a local vet. Cameron is only about 2-3 years old, but he walks like an old man because of severe hip dysplasia, both hips. His back end is unstable, but strong. In addition to the hip issues, Cameron also had bad ear infections in both ears and bi-lateral back hair loss due to fleas and a flea allergy. Both are being treated and he is responding well. Cheryl offered to take him so Dr. Russell could fix his hips. Despite the constant pain he must be in, Cameron is a living doll. He is sweet natured and so well behaved in the house. Cameron is 65lbs. and is housebroken. The first 2 days, he would go to another room and stay by himself. He now has become a part of the family, following his foster dad everywhere. Living in a foster home with 2 large, female dogs, he gets along wonderfully and he made himself right at home. He loves going for walks and riding in the car. He loves playing with a Kong ball, tennis ball, a black lab/pit and a black lab/rott. He will break into a run for fun despite the pain it must cause. We have to hold him back. He is an affectionate people-dog, dog-lover, and very curious in the house. He investigates everything, and tries to sneak up on the bed or sofa next to the human there. He does not like to be left behind, but is quiet and well-behaved when left home alone with the other dogs. Neither destructive, nor aggressive. When he wants a break or it is time for bed, he walks into his crate and curls up. We adopted our 21st foster and our 37th foster. Cameron is our 54th foster and one we would welcome into our home, but then we couldn't foster any more."