Eddie - 9 years old (Fostered in Jacksonville, NC)

Eddie - 9 years old (Fostered in Jacksonville, NC)


Hey everyone, Eddie here, just got to my foster home. And I was an owner surrender but that still doesn't mean they know a whole lot about my past. I seem to have spent some time indoors but possibly some outdoors as well. But I sure am loving this whole indoors thing. Especially since last night it was down to the single digits in the temps. Not good for doggies to be outside in that mess!! So I have a birthday coming up.1/21/18 and I would like nothing more for my birthday than my very own family to call mine. My foster mommy keeps telling me I am just the sweetest thing and have the cutest face, what ever that means. But she smiles when she says it so I feel like it's a good thing. She says I have to go have this procedure done called neuter, not sure what that means but she says I'm a big boy and I will do great. But the vet said for someone who hasn't necessarily had routine vet care I looked pretty good. No nasty heartworms, or any other kinda worms. I like peanut butter, that's some good stuff. Got a little limp in my left rear leg, they called it arthritis, but don't let that discourage you I will still follow you from room to room. I like to cuddle and get this, since I'm not a puppy I'm a whole lot calmer and I don't destroy your good shoes. So if you want to get me the best birthday present ever, get that adoption application in and give me a great furever family and home.

Eddie has Hemqngiosarcoma and will remain with his CBR foster family.

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Dog's Name: Eddie

Dog's Approximate Age: 9

Gender: Male

Dog's Size: Large

Good with small dogs?: Don't know yet

Good with big dogs?: Yes

Good with cats?: Don't know yet

Good with kids?: Yes, all ages

Any medical issues?: Needs to be neutered, has some dental issues. Limp in left rear leg.

Crate trained?: No

House trained?: Yes

Heartworms?: No