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Dr. Dennis Boelter owned Akron (Ohio) Animal Clinic and Metropolitan Veterinary Hospital (Akron, Ohio) for 43 years. A tragic accident took Dr. Boelter’s life in December of 2017. As a tribute to Dr. Boelter, a very special Canine Castaways supporter will pay the adoption fee for this dog's adoption.. For more information on "Boelter's Bunch", please visit http://www.caninecastaways.org/special-adoption-programs
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AGE: 12 years plus
WEIGHT: 7.5 lbs
Favorite thing: Eating
Needs a home with: No Children
Needs fenced yard
FOSTERED BY: Vicki
LOCATED IN: Pt. Charlotte
NOTES FROM FOSTER FAMILY:
Mabel has been in her foster home for a little over 3 months now. She is a very sweet girl who loves to eat, loves to sleep, and is very vocal when she is awake. She will need a fenced yard as she is older, not very active and does not walk on a leash. Because she is sight and hearing impaired another calm dog or two is necessary as she uses ques from the pack for going in and outside and for following routines although she does not seek out their company any other time. At this time she lives with 4 other dogs and 2 kitties and gets along fine with everyone.
Mabel has come a long way in 3 months and has learned that getting pet is not a bad thing and will now tolerate short sessions but she does not like to sit on my lap or be held and does not seek out my company unless it's meal time although this could change with more time and patience. The perfect home for Mabel would be a dog savvy home with the patience to let Mabel be Mabel.
Mabel did come to us with mammary masses which have been removed. They were were NOT cancerous but there is always a possibility she could have another pop up down the road. At this time it is not an issue but it is something we want a potential adopter to be aware of.
Due to COVID-19 we are a little more limited on volunteers and the availability (and safety) of home visits. Local applications are given first priority and some out of town areas will not be able to be processed.
At this time, we will only be able to process applications that have an excellent current vet history. If you haven’t had a pet or verifiable vet history we will not be able to process your application.
If you are interested in adopting please complete our Adoption Application by copying and pasting the following link into your web browser: http://www.caninecastaways.org/adoption-application
For a full list of dogs we currently have for adoption use this link: https://www.caninecastaways.org/adoptable-dogs
The following has been or will be done for this dog...
- Basic Exam by Veterinarian
- Spayed or Neutered
- Heartworm Tested
- Placed on heartworm preventive
- Geriatric Bloodwork
- Intestinal Parasite Exam and medication
- Placed on flea preventive
- Dental, if needed
This adoption donation helps to cover the vet expenses for this dog including heartworm preventive which is dispensed at the initial vet visit and then goes with the dog at adoption. All vet records will be provided to adopter.
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