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Brother Bear   

In shelter Dog

Washington Township, OH, 45458
Pet name:
Brother Bear
Gender:
Male
Breeds:
Mixed Breed
Date:
09/26/2022
Colors:
Brown / Chocolate
Size:
Large
Age:
Adult
Description:
Hello! The names Brother Bear. Im technically a canine, but I think Im definitely part giant Grizzly bear! I often day dream of my true lifes calling. Foraging for food, trekking up and down scenic mountains, and digging in the mud. While I dont hibernate during chilly months like actual brown bears, I do however enjoy living a solitary life (minus my humans). Im an intelligent and adventurous boy whos looking for a habitat of my own. Dont waste another second, come meet me, after all, bears are known to be a symbol of strength, power and love.

Brother Bear is looking for a foster-to-adopt home where he can undergo treatment to eliminate his heartworms. Heartworms are a non-contagious parasite that infiltrate the heart and can be removed through a series of injections. We are located at 8172 Washington Church Road, Washington Township, Ohio 45458 and are open Monday-Saturday, noon-7pm and Sunday, noon-6pm. To schedule an appointment, you can reach us during our open hours at 937-294-6505.

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