Owner Surrender** Taunton, Mass. - Owners contact info is at the bottom of the bio
This is Arthas. He is a mini Aussie who will be 3 on October 21st. This is from his owner:
“He was diagnosed with idiopathic epilepsy from our neurologist vet and it has been extremely tough to deal with for us. He is a great dog and loves to play and loves people, children and other animals, but the stress of him having a seizure or waiting for the next one has been extremely hard on us. We only get about 3-6 weeks without a seizure and he would need someone that can dedicate their life to helping him and being with him. I never leave him alone out of fear of him having one by himself, and that has also been challenging. I worry about rehoming him and really want to make sure that someone who would take him understands how tough it may be, and how his breed acts in general.”
He weighs 45-47 pounds (a little extra pounds because of medicine). He is neutered and up to date on shots. They stopped his heartworm meds when his seizures started to see if that was the cause. He absolutely loves dogs and kids & people. He has never been around cats, but they assume he would like them.
If you think that you can provide Arthas with a loving home and care for his medical needs, please contact Ryan at: email@example.com
There is a $150 rehoming fee to assure good folks with good intentions.
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