Peter Pan **URGENT**
Listed March 02, 2018
Age: 5 yrs.
Weight: 75 lbs
Adult Size: Over 60 lbs.
Breed:American Bulldog, Pointer
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Peter Pan has been being fostered by the woman that found him on the street a year ago. PP loves people! Peter Pan doesn't fit well with children. He gets along well with some dogs. Not a candidate for dog parks or off leash walks. He shares the home with a large male dog and they play beautifully together. PP is respectful of the blind cat in the home. He has been diagnosed at UC Davis with a heart murmur due to defected valve from birth. He does well with Beta blocker. (On average dogs in his condition on this medication are expected to live 4-5 years). He thrives well on holistic supplements. PP loves to cuddle, go on walks and rough house with his buddy. He listens well to commands and has an emotional side (Bulldog..)..he appreciates hugs a lot.
Please contact Home at Last for more information for Peter Pan! Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 510-981-0890.
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Most of the dogs and cats presented on our pages have been rescued from the Animal Shelter in Berkeley, California and are now living in temporary foster homes with incredibly caring people. They have all been spayed or neutered, and are up to date on their shots.
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