***Danny is currently located at our Georgia facility but also available for adoption in the New Jersey and surrounding areas. Questions about Danny and/or our adoption process should be sent to email@example.com. To submit an application for the adoption of Danny, please visit our web page at socorescue.com (no need to register or login) or click on the following link:https://www.socorescue.com/forms/form?formid=1628
Danny, his mom, brother and sister were all found as strays. The family that found them had other dogs and decided to keep Dannys brother, but gladly surrendered the others to our rescue. Danny was about 3 months old at the time, flea infested and a bit underweight. We took the trio of dogs into our care and initially placed them into a foster home, but have since brought him to our rescue. We provided them all with the love and care that each needed and saw a rapid improvement to their health.
Danny is very friendly towards other dogs and people. He is a slight bit shy at first and does assume a submissive role with other dogs, but he still enjoys his time playing with both humans and other dogs. His calm, friendly personality will make him an ideal fit into just about any home, even one with older, calm children. He is simply a loving, sweetheart dog who will give you lots of love and devotion.
Danny has been neutered, received an update on is annual vaccinations; de-wormed and treated against parasites and started on his monthly flea/tick and heartworm preventatives. He will need all of his basic training.
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