In shelter Dog

Pacific Grove, Monterey County, Calif...
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Chihuahua Mix Male, 11 years old, 9 pounds Godric, named after a very noble Harry Potter character who was one of the founders of Hogwarts, is available for adoption, and he is so sweet. He is a very gentle, sensitive, quiet guy. He does not voluntarily bark at other people, dogs, other animals, things or noises. Only, if in some kind of pain and needing your help will he be vocal. Godric REALLY appreciates gentle sustained lower back and hip massaging. If you are looking for a mellow companion for short walks, lots of snuggling, and is a good listener, then please consider Godric. He is good with other dogs and has enjoyed the contact and attention he has received from new people. Godric is doing really well in his foster home but would love a forever home to spread his cheer and be an amazing companion. Tests show that he has hypothyroidism. This will need a low cost medication called thyroxine for life. He is also taking pimobendan to prevent Congestive Heart Failure, which he is at risk of but currently there are no signs of it with his heart. He also has tension in his lungs that causes a cough, to sooth his breathing, he takes hycodan. He came to us from Monterey County Animal Services.


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