URGENT HOME NEEDED FOR HARRY
I think you may have read about Harry recently. He had a fracture, which the vets have determined does not need operating on but rest and medication, and you can see in the video below he is doing really well and moving around. He struggles with getting up and lying down. You can see video of Harry by clicking HERE. He is currently in a Foster home, but he is not able to be left alone as he is getting stressed and anxious, and he stands up and sits down. He is also stressed as he wants to be near someone at night.
There could be elevated issues due to the pain, so we want to avoid moving him from home to home. We are looking for a forever home with him. The home we are looking for will need to be able to work with him and the separation anxiety again. This may reduce when he doesn’t feel as poorly. Pain often heightens emotions, but for the moment, we are looking for a home where the family will be there most of the time and allow him to sleep where he can see them to reduce his nighttime stress.
Harry needs someone with experience living with dogs before, preferably with the breed. He is good with other dogs, and his foster mum has said he is trying to play with her dog, but while he heals, it isn’t possible. He has also been good with her cat, so this could be a possibility if you have a cat at home. Harry is 2 years old.
He has not been castrated, but we will do this once he has finished healing and is feeling better. We will cover any medical costs incurred for this issue, so don’t let the financial aspect of vet bills put you off adopting if you can give him the right home. We really want to find a good match, and we can discuss the issues raised in detail. We want to be as transparent as possible, as his welfare is paramount. He has already been through a lot.
If you think that you can offer him the home he needs, please WhatsApp +34657689567 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We can arrange for you to meet him.
We know he is a special case, so if you can adopt him, please consider sharing his post, as we would like to find him a forever home as soon as possible