Breeds:
Dutch Shepherd, Mixed
Colors:
Brindle with White
Lost or found date:
06/29/2021
Pet name:
Scuba
Gender:
Male
Size:
Large
Age:
Adult
Coat length:
Medium
Description:
Scuba found himself unwanted in West Texas.  He had to have surgery on a broken leg and have a toe amputated upon arrival.  That has not slowed him down... he is still goofy and happy as ever. He is VERY dog friendly with dogs of all ages and sizes and he's people friendly too (also told he has lived with cats).  He enjoys watching the birds in the yard,  sunbathing and he loves the water, so the wading pool is a favorite to splash around or lay down in. He doesn't mind baths (he actually will hop in the shower right with you if given the chance).  He loves a good bone, chew toy or stuffy to shred and we are starting to chase a ball, but because we are not supposed to run he doesn't really get the full concept yet. He is fully potty and crate trained, but can also be trusted to be left out of the crate.   He sleeps on his own dog bed all night long, but he wouldn't mind cuddling in a humans bed.  He enjoys a short walk while he is continuing to heal and gain strength. He knows basic commands such as sit, down, off and come. He is super treat motivated (and human food) and eager to please his people. He was diagnosed with Valley Fever and has had agressive treatment for it. He will require maintence medication (possibly for life) and at least 1 additional vet visit a year to make sure he is not having side effects from the meds. The expected medication cost is around $90/mo once he is adopted. Please fill out an application on our website mattysheartandsoulanimalrescue.rescuegroups.org

Location


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