Meet An Adoptable Dog
Breed: Doodle (poodle/labrador/chow, your guess is as good as ours)
Estimated Birthdate: 10/2/2007
Height: est 20 inches
Weight: about 40 lbs
Good with dogs: yes
Good with men: I have some challenges
Good with women: I have some challenges
House trained: working on it
Crate trained: yes
Leash trained: yes
Must have fenced in yard: yes
Warner was turned in to a GA shelter as a stray. Warner's past is a mystery, but due to obvious physical and emotional signs, we can tell he had a rough start at life. We are determined to give him a better future, even if it's here.
Our first step was heartworm treatment. Warner was high heartworm positive when he arrived. He has now gone through the slow kill treatment and is clear of heartworms. He is terrified of the grooming process so now every eight weeks, Warner goes in for a little nap at our vet and he wakes up magically clean. That takes care of that!
Warner is sweet and laid back boy that is good with other dogs. He loves back scratches and would stand for hours to have his back scratched if he could! Warner loves to play and eat treats. He’s a bit of a goof ball. Warner loves to take walks He’s very good on a leash. Warner can be a little crate aggressive when it comes to his food.
Warner had a rough start to life, but is learning that a safe home with lots of love isn't so bad. He would make an amazing dog for a laid back home with plenty of room to play.
UPDATE 7/18/2019: Warner is just an elderly gentleman looking for his retirement home. He spends his days napping and going for short walks outside. Back in his younger days, Warner was a a bit of a handful. Now that he has gotten older.. he has slowed down, and has only gotten sweater. He has a sweet and gentle spirit and does well with cats and dogs while staying to himself the majority of the time. Warner says he is too old to be living his life in the kennel, he wants his forever home! Please note Warner cannot see well and sometimes needs a little direction.
Can’t have a dog of your own? Have a soft spot for old, sick or hard to place dogs? It only takes a $20 a month donation for me to be your virtual dog! I need at least 10 virtual adopters (sponsors) to help cover my monthly costs. If I have medical challenges I need even more! r having to leave your home, you can have your very own online dog that will send you update emails, make Facebook posts, and be eternally grateful for your support! Go to the donate link at the top of the page for instructions as to how to donate. Questions? Email: email@example.com
I love my Virtual Adopters! JENNIFER R, BARB GDonate