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In shelter Dog

Troy, NY, 12180
Pet name:
Red / Chestnut / Orange
Handsome Digby is ready to adopt a family that he can call his own!  This gorgeous boy was found dumped in a park and left to fend for himself, infested with fleas, starving at less than 1 year old.  His world changed forever when a volunteer saw him, stopped her car, opened the door, and watched as he happily jumped inside for refuge.  He gets along with other dogs and enjoys being around people and was fine with kids, but he is not good with CATS – sorry!  Digby would love going on walks and hikes with his new family because he enjoys investigating new surroundings!  If you are craving a 4-legged friend that is gentle and devoted but at the same time maintains sweet independence, please ask us more about him!  Digby is estimated to be about 18 months old, weighs 60 lbs and we suspect he is a hound mix.  He is fully vetted, neutered, and microchipped.  This homeless boy longs to have some humans he can bond with and see the rest of the world through their eyes.
If interested in learning more about Digby, please email and please include a phone number where you can be reached.
Please Note: We are always in need of foster homes for our dogs. If youre interested in making a difference in a dog’s life, we would love to share with you what it means to be a foster parent.


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