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In shelter Dog

Oakland, NJ, 07436
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You would never know upon meeting Max that he had a potentially fatal tumor growing in his abdomen. This handsome 11-year-old puggle is sweet, bouncy, happy and great with other dogs! Max is recovering well and seeking a forever home. Not only is Max thriving in his foster home, but he has the BEST news - his spleen tumor was a benign hematoma! Sweet, senior puggle Max underwent a long, emergency surgery to remove a massive 5.3 pound tumor, as well as his spleen. He is expected to make a fully recovery, and now it is time to find Max a forever home. His foster mom reports, " Max has been great - hes super loving and super lovable - gets along with absolutely everyone, person, dog, whoever. Loves to take walks. Exploring our backyard is a favorite of his, loves finding new smells; very curious pup. He also loves to find treats I hide for him in the yard. Sleeps soundly on a dog bed in the bedroom. Total lovebug!" Max would do well in almost any home - this sweet boy has such a great temperament! Please visit to apply, or email to find out more! Primary Color: Tan Age: 11yrs 4mths 1wks Animal has been Neutered

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  1. American Humane Association
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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
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