Say hi to Homer! This happy little 17lb, 10 year old terrier boy is a joy to be around and cannot wait to find his furever family. Originally found as a stray, he is healing nicely from an advanced skin infection, with most of his scruffy blond fur starting to come back in nicely. Homers initial exam and labwork looked great and he is a healthy boy for his age, his only issue being a slight heart murmur that does not currently need medication. He is scheduled for a neuter, hernia repair, and dental in late August and will be vaccinated, microchipped, and ready to go home early September.
Homer walks well on a leash and loves everyone he meets. A typical terrier, he is snuggly, scrappy, and vocal, loves toys, and has just the best personality. He gets along with most dogs if properly introduced and supervised, and would likely be fine with older, respectful children. We are also able to cat test him if needed. He will need a refresher course on potty training, which should improve with time after his neuter(and a consistent schedule), and also wears a belly band without protest.
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