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In shelter Dog

Franklinton, NC, 27525
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Curly is new to PPR and is a handsome, sweet 15 year old gentleman.\xa0 He was owner surrendered to a shelter because he is blind and we were told the prior owners wanted him euthanized.\xa0 There is no way we were going to let a dog get euthanized just because he is blind!\xa0 As it turned out we took Curly to our vet right after we picked him up and they said his heart sounds great, he has a little dry eye but overall he is in good shape for his age.\xa0 They did recommend he have a hip/joint supplement added to his diet to keep him limber ;)

Curly is current on vaccines, microchipped and ready for the perfect forever home for him to live out his golden years.\xa0 Note:\xa0 Due to his age the vet does not want us to neuter him.\xa0 Although it is normally against our policy to adopt out dogs that are not spayed/neutered, we feel that it is best to listen to the professionals on this one.

If you would like to give him a wonderful quiet home to spend the rest of his days please go to the rescues website,


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