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Photo Eeyore, 18-108

Eeyore, 18-108

Gender: Male
Age: 8 months
Weight: 45 pounds
Breed: Hound Mix
Spay/Neuter: Spayed/Neutered

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Thanks to Kyla Aycock For Giving Me a Second Chance!

Eeyore, 18-108's Bio

Love, love, love, and more love. That is what Eeyore is all about. He loves everyone and everything he meets. People, kids, cats, toys, and treats; he loves them all. The intake picture of Eeyore is hard to look at, but I included it so that you would know how far Eeyore has come to be the beauty that he is now. When Eeyore arrived at the shelter he was too weak to walk, and stood on the tops of his flat feet, a condition caused by malnourishment. But with some time and a lot of TLC, Eeyore is at a healthy weight and his feet are expected to make a full recovery. We think Eeyore is mixed with a large breed, but due to the malnourishment his growth is stunted and he will never be the size he likely would have been. He also does not have the typical puppy crazies, instead preferring to glide from person to person soaking up all of the pets he can get. Eeyore is dog door and crate trained, and ready to learn his commands. He does not care for getting in or out of the car, but rides fine while in it. Eeyore is looking for a family that will shower him with affection daily, and he will gladly return the favor. After all, he is nothing but love. Eeyore is neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped. His adoption fee is $250.Eeyore is in the Paws in Prison program where he receives obedience training. He is expected to graduate from Paws in Prison on 10/26/18.  The dogs in this program are trained under the AKC Canine Good Citizen standards and are specifically selected to be family and companion dogs. They spend 24 hours a day with their trainers. For that reason, they will do best in homes where they are primarily inside dogs and spend lots of time with their families. The adoptive family will receive Eeyore’s training journal. This journal documents his arrival from the shelter, his daily training progress, and his interactions with his trainers.If you are interested in meeting Eeyore or learning more about the adoption process, please visit our website and submit our online adoption application here: 

http://www.careforanimals.org/adoption-app.cfm