Breed: Terrier Mix
Age: 8 years old (as of 2022)
Good with other dogs: No
Good with Cats: unknown, but can test for approved applicant
Good with kids: Yes, older kids preferred if any
Heartworm Status: Negative
Kermit sadly was neglected and confined to a small cage, which prevented his legs from developing correctly. As a result, he does not walk like other dogs as his back legs are bowed. He doesn’t realize that he walks differently though, and compensates by LOVING bellyrubs and getting short lived zoomies too! He is the sweetest boy and deserves a great family. His ideal family would be a low-key energy level type of individual or group that is only interested in one pet.
He would make a great couch potato kind of dog, a perfect family/companion dog!
Peach County Animal Rescue is a rescue located in Fort Valley, GA. Our adoption fees range from $250-350+. Although our rescue dogs share a common bond with one another, no rescue story is the same (even when similar). Vetting costs vary depending on their health conditions. All of our dogs are fully vetted: up-to-date on annual shots, spayed/neutered and microchipped with a lifetime registration. We look forward to hearing from you!
If you would like to send in an application for this dog, please use the link below! https://peachcountyanimalrescueandrehabilitation.org/apply-now-2/
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