Scully HW+   

In shelter Dog

Sedalia, Colorado, 80135
Breeds:
German Shepherd Dog, Mixed
Colors:
Tan, Yellow, Fawn with Black
Lost or found date:
05.04.2021
Pet name:
Scully HW+
Gender:
Male
Size:
Large
Age:
Adult
Description:
Volunteer written bio: Training, training, training! All I need in training and an active home. Hi, my name is Scully and I’m the cutest bundle of energy you’ve ever met. I love to love and love to get out for an adventure. Unfortunately, I can be a bit of a handful and need someone with GSD experience and a positive attitude. With proper exercise I will be one of your most intelligent friends and a loyal companion. When I am bored, I tend to play too rough, and I forget to listen to commands. I’m not sure how I feel about other dogs, but I would be best in a home without small animals and children.This pup is available for an in-person meet/greet at our Sedalia facility. Please contact adopt@4p4l.org to schedule a time once you have an approved application.Texas foster bio: Take this Houston husky on your mountain adventures! Scully is a truly good boy who wants to please at his core. He's very smart and learned to "sit" very quickly without any prior training. He likes walks and I'm sure he could go even further if it weren't 70 degrees in December here. We had to take breaks to give him pets and love to keep going. Scully is a very excited boy and can be a bit mouthy when he wants affection. He will nip at heels and pants and will need redirection to stop this behavior. He has a lot of energy and while he is dog friendly, he sometimes doesn't realize when he's being rude or getting in their face too much. He is good about alerting when he needs to go outside. GSD experience needed...Scully needs alot of mental and physical stimulation and we recommend a home with older children if any. HW+ simply means the dog has tested positive for heart worms in our screening process.  We utilize what is called the “fast-kill method” which means we place the dog on antibiotics for 30 days and then administer 3 injections in increments afterward.  The cost to treat heart worms is rather steep.  However, thanks to our generous donors, we are able to cover that cost for our adopters so long as they go to our veterinarian, Red Rocks Animal Center in Lakewood.We have no back story or update for this dog at this time.  When we do, it will be updated here.This is all the information we have currently. Approved Applicants may make the adoption fee payment by clicking donate above.  Partial adoption fees will not hold a dog. Dogs adopted with our rescue come with FREE training from #GoodPup to help you build strong bonds from the start! If upon meeting the dog of your choosing at your scheduled pickup time you find that you aren't a good match, your deposit will be fully refunded. Adoption fees include vaccines up until time of adoption, microchip, spay/neuter and 1st 30 days of free Pet insurance.  We are not affiliated with Pet First pet insurance. (you have to sign up for the insurance or it will not go into effect).   The dogs in our care are fostered in Colorado, Texas, and New Mexico.  While all dogs are picked up during our scheduled times, sometimes transport dates change due to unforeseen circumstances.   More questions?  Read our FAQs here: https://4p4l.org/faqs/  

Location


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