Rango! Where to begin?? Rango had been on our radar for a while. He was living on a property with other dogs that bred suffering and cruelty. The dogs had wounds, were skin and bones, tick infected, fighting over the little amount of food that was dumped for them. It was brutal. The numerous calls made to AZHS did little to help the situation. Over these last few years, we have been able to help a few of the dogs. Recently we noticed that Rango was getting out of the yard and would be up against a fence. When we would go to help him, he would give a little growl, and we understood that he was scared and hurting. Once in our care, Rango was very cautious. He had a body that was littered with open wounds, ticks, skin that was almost leather like. Rango was not feeling and needed time to decompress, feel well and trust. Fast forward to today, Rango is feeling better and is the most affectionate dog on this planet. He still takes a moment to warm up to new people, but once the introduction is complete, Rango becomes a lap dog! Although Rango once shared a yard with multiple dogs, we are placing him as an only dog. He obviously has been beaten up by dogs and we feel he is so content with people that he will live his best life as an only dog with his people. If you are interested in Rango ($200 donation), please take a moment to fill out an application. An application is required :www.povertyspets.org/adoption-form. Once received, we will contact you within 72 hours. Thank you!!
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