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Have you ever seen such a cute face?!?  Tyson comes to us as an owner surrender from a cental Kentucky shelter.  His family just had too many dogs to take care of so they made the difficult choice to let him go.  Tyson had some rescue angels looking out for him for sure...we were immedidately contacted to help him.  He has obviously been outside quite a bit...he has horrible fly strikes on his ears and also needs some help with cherry eye.  We will get all of his routine vetting done and will run full bloodwork before his neuter and potential eye surgery.  Tyson tested well with other dogs at the shelter and he absolutely LOVES people.   Please check back on this ADORABLE guy with one of the best wigglebutts around!!7/11 UPDATE:  Tyson received all of his vetting and was neutered and microchipped.  He also had a dental and had some pretty nasty gum bumps removed that we are waiting for biopsy results on.  We are not sure that he has 100% of his vision...his eyes are always dilated but he seems to be able to get around without much trouble.  He made his way to his Wisconsin foster home yesterday and we will let him get all settled in then we will get him in to see a specialist for his eyes.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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