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Please contact Patricia (firstname.lastname@example.org), (580) 491-2337 for more information about this pet.
Update: 1/14/13 Wynter is still available for adoption but we found out he is having thyroid issues. They should be able to be treated very cheaply. As of now, he has had some hair loss that is slowly returning. Wynter is my foster dog and he is a wonderful dog. I think he will make a wonderful addition to any family and I don't want him to miss that. If you are willing to work with this kiddo, please let me know :)
Why am I here? I was dumped in front of a school in the middle of a snow storm. How could you?
My foster mom tells me everyday how I am such a good boy. She says all I need is for someone to give me a chance. I am always happy. She makes me smile whenever my name is called. I love it here and I know she will make sure that I get a wonderful home where I will have my very own family. Oh did I mention that I will do just about anything for some neck scratches. They feel sooooo good.
How did I get in this situation? Someone dropped me off in front of West Middle School. I played and played with all the kids but when school started, I was left there all alone. That is when I saw a car and a friendly face so I knew that was where I needed to go. It was really really cold outside so this lady started calling me Wynter. She gave me a soft pillow, a warm bed, and even FOOD. I was so hungry that I gulped it all down. I have learned since then that I will never have to worry about my next meal. I have seen little dogs come and go. I am just waiting for the day when it will be MY turn. Can YOU be my family? I promise to love you always!
Wynter's adoption fee is $40 and he is completely updated on all his medical needs. We have had him neutered, given him all his shots, and he is parasite-free. He is also current on his heartworm preventative. He will definitely need to be a primarily indoor dog. He is an amazing house dog. No accidents, not destructive, and content to be laying at your feet whenever you are around.
Wynter has a nighttime ritual...he always gets up in the bed to get some 'goodnight' love. Then he goes to lay down in his bed.
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After your application is approved, we will schedule an appointment for you to meet the pet.
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