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In shelter Dog

Shreveport, Caddo Parish, Louisiana, ...
Pet name:
Terrier, Bulldog, Mixed
Bourbon is the sweetest old man. He came to us from animal control after being surrendered by his family who stated they couldn't provide care. He had several small tumors. We had them removed and sent off for testing where we found out he has a form of blood cancer. There is no treatment. Our vet said he could live months or years. He has already made it months and is doing very well. He is a handsome old man who is partially blind and requires ointment in his eyes daily. He is great with all other dogs but he will go after a cat. Lucky for my cat he can't see well enough to catch him lol
I'm looking for a hospice type of foster for Bourbon. Someone who will shower him with love and attention for the rest of his days. We will continue to cover the cost of vet care and his ongoing prescription of apoquel and flea prevention. He loves walks and napping. He isnt 100% house trained BUT I use belly bands on him (which we will provide) and it works to discourage him from peeing. He never has accident with me in my home. 
He  really is no problem but with me being heavy into rescue, working, having children, and many dogs I feel like someone with more time would be more fitting for him. He truly deserves the best and all the love. I hope you will consider bourbon.


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