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Max   

In shelter Dog

Santee, CA, 92072
Pet name:
Max
Gender:
Male
Breeds:
Maltipoo
Date:
07/25/2022
Colors:
White / Cream
Size:
Small
Age:
Adult
Description:
PLEASE NOTE:  Max is not our dog.  He was rescued by Friends of Humane Services TJ (FHSTJ).  Please call their adoption coordinator, Vicky Godoy at 619-733-1512 for more info or apply at this hyperlink: 

https://www.friendsofhstj.org/adoption-form/

Max is...

•\tCalm
•\tQuite
•\tCrate trained
•\tGood with other dogs
•\tHappy to be in your lap once he knows you
•\tMaltipoo
•\t8 or 9 years old 
•\t20 lbs 
•\tNeutered male
•\tUp to date on vaccinations
•\tHealthy
•\tRecently had a dental 
•\tSo Cal residents only
•\tAdoption fee:  $250

Another video of Max (cut & paste hyperlink into your brouser):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vlShM1f2Rkw

Maxs backstory:

Max has a very sad past.  His previous owner cared for all 38 of her dogs but she passed away. Her family werent able to care for Max and the others.  They were in terrible conditions.  Max himself was malnourished and desperately needed a dental.  When FHSTJ took him in to their fold they got him the dental he needed.  Max also isnt malnourished now but is healthy and thriving.  His personality is beginning to blossom thanks to his foster, mom.

If interested in Max, please contact Vicky @ 619-733-1512.  Tell her Animal Alliance sent you! 

Animal Alliance of San Diego is helping this very cute dogy find a loving home.     Any further information or adoption processes will be handled by Friends of Humane Services Tijuana (FHSTJ).   Animal Alliance of San Diego accepts no responsibility for the information provided or any liability when Max is adopted since hes not our dog.

Location


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