Caramel   

In shelter Dog

Arcadia, DeSoto County, Florida, Unit...
Breeds:
Chihuahua, Mixed
Colors:
Red, Golden, Orange, Chestnut with White
Lost or found date:
01/26/2021
Pet name:
Caramel
Gender:
Male
Size:
Small
Age:
Senior
Coat length:
Short
Description:
 Filling out an application from our web site at www.caninecastaways.org  is the first step in adopting a new furry family member. I HAVE A SPONSORED ADOPTION - $0 TO ADOPT ME! 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 Please consider opening your heart and home to a senior dog! IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN ADOPTING THE FIRST STEP IS TO FILL OUT AN ADOPTION APPLICATION ON OUR WEBSITE AT: https://www.caninecastaways.org/adoption-application IF A PET IS LISTED THEN THEY ARE AVAILABLE - WE KEEP OUR LISTINGS UP TO DATE AND REMOVE AS SOON AS ADOPTED. NAME:   Caramel BREED:  Chihuahua mix SEX:  Male COLOR:  Red/white AGE:  12 years as of March 2020 WEIGHT:  10 lbs FOSTERED BY:  Kathy LOCATED IN:   North Port NOTES FROM FOSTER FAMILY: Caramel was recently returned to us due to his family having to move out of state and in with another family member.  He is back at his previous foster home and doing well.    He maybe almost 13 years old but he's no dodderer. He'll give you a run for your money. He is very smart and he has a lot to say. He's usually a step ahead of you so you need to be two steps ahead of him. He'll steal your lunch when you're not looking but he has a special diet of his own. He's house trained, crate trained, loves car rides, protective of his home so needs crate when new people come in or when doors are opened. Loves belly rubs, cozy beds and being with his people.   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 MEDICAL INFO: 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 - Microchipped - Intestinal Parasite Exam and medication - Vaccinations - Placed on flea preventive - Dental, if needed ADOPTION DONATION: $150 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. Visit us at www.caninecastaways.org

Location


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