Breed: Boxer/Possible Pug Mix
Age: Approx 5 Years as of June 2022
Weight: 50 lbs
Good with Dogs: Yes
Good with Cats: No
Good with Kids: Yes
Nash is a “Mr. Independent” type that has a soul similar to that of a kitty cat. He is smart and observant and loves attention and learning new things. Nash is also a survivor!
Nash came to us with a small caliber bullet lodged in his front left leg. After tests and several consultations with our vet, our vet staff determined that it poses no threat to him and would cause more damage to remove than would be beneficial to his health. Nash has a pronounced limp and understandably because of this would do best in a home that has limited numbers of stairs in it.
Nash is a great boy that listens well and walks proficiently on a leash. He is calm and assured in his demeanor. Nash would love a safe forever home that is safe that will make his past a bad dream, easily forgotten!
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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