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Max   

In shelter Dog

Fresno, CA, 93726
Pet name:
Max
Gender:
Male
Breeds:
Terrier
Date:
09/26/2022
Size:
Small
Age:
Senior
Description:
We rescued Max from local animal control facilities where he was picked up as a stray. After arriving to our facility, he was super nervous, snippy, and often tried to bite us out of fear and confusion. 

One of our staff members took him home to foster and noticed a complete change in Max. "It only took him about two days for him to get excited seeing me come home from work," said our staff member. 

He loves to play and run around, does great with understanding doggie doors and potty pads. He does great with other dogs but is also very mindful of his personal space. Ideally, a single pet household would be best for him.

Max is the kind of dog that really just needs a home environment to show his true self. In the kennels and our facility, he is very timid and scared but once you get him home, we know he will be a different dog. He needs an adopter who will be patient with him and work alongside him as he adjusts to a new environment. 

If you think we might be a match, please submit an application at www.valleyanimal.org/dogs. 



At Valley Animal Center, our mission is to unite dogs and cats with loving people.
 Primary Color: White Weight: 10lbs Age: 10yrs 7mths 1wks Animal has been Neutered

Location


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