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Grizzly - Sophies Circle Dog Rescue, New Smyrna Beach, FL

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Breed: Chow Chow

Sex: Neutered Male

Age: Adult

Size: Medium

Color: Black

Coat: Long

Other Dogs: Good with dogs

Children: Better in a home without children

House Trained: Yes

Notes: Grizzly has special needs. He is heartworm positive, has cataracts and glaucoma. When we rescued him out of the shelter he was very sick not only with a respiratory infection but a raging urinary tract infection as well. After strong antibiotics and the care of a loving foster mom, he is feeling much better. Even though we are still working through some of his medical issues, we are going against protocol and looking for a home that would like to foster-to-adopt Grizzly. We just feel the sooner we get him in a forever home the better he is going to thrive. So basically we will still be covering his medical costs for the near future. As of right now the only long term care an adopter would be responsible for down the road is just eye drops that he needs daily. Grizzly is a sweet boy and despite being blind gets around well once he knows his surroundings. He is dog friendly as well. Our ideal home for Grizzly would be someone that is not home most of the day and has a semi quiet home.

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Date available: 2017-12-15 (Y-M-D) - The dog was known to be available for adoption on this day.

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If you are interested in this dog please read our  Adoption Information

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Sophies Circle Dog Rescue, New Smyrna Beach, FL
312 Julia St, New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168
Phone: 386-690-6771
Email: jennifer.Popowich@gmail.com
Website:  www.sophiescircle.com
Facebook:  en-gb.facebook.com/sophiescirclehuskyrescue/

Sophie's Circle is a registered non-profit 501c3. Sophie's Circle does not have a physical facility (kennel or housing), we rely on foster homes to care for our dogs until we find them forever homes. Foster 'parents' are required to provide a safe and loving home for a short time, and we can assist with food and veterinary for the foster dog if need be. If you would like a dog, but are currently unable to make the lifetime commitment, then fostering is perfect for you. Enjoy pleasure of having a dog to love and help us out at the same time. To become a foster, all you need is to fill out an application form on our website or e-mail us. It is always important to get a dog that matches your needs and lifestyle, so we will work closely with you to ensure we find the right dog for you to foster. Fostering can be as short as one night or as long as one month. It is very important to us that we are certain our rescued dogs are going to the right homes where they will spend the rest of their lives. Please make

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