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In shelter Dog

Verplanck, NY, 10596
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Meet Fergus. Fergus is a tiny senior that was thrown out of a truck onto a street in Peekskill, left to fend for himself. Someone witnessed the incident and we were able to trace down Fergus owner through his microchip. The owner informed us that he ‘rehomed’ Fergus to someone else after he showed aggression towards his infant child. Legal action is currently being pursued and we hope to bring the people who violently discarded Fergus to justice. 

Fergus is likely a Chiuhaha mix, is teeny at 18 pounds, and is most likely around 8.5 years young. He is house, crate, and leash trained, as well as friendly with all dogs, people, cats, and older children (due to his unknown history, we recommend respectful children 12+). He is a very sweet boy that deserves to live out his golden years in peace, knowing that no one will ever abandon him again. 

To adopt, call Lisa: 914-469-6605
In foster (Greenwich CT)

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