Adopting? Have your vet check your new best friend and give you advise about its health

Hi! 

My name is Princeton!

I’m 6 years old and thought to be a Boxer Retriever mix.  It doesn’t really matter what I am, ‘cause I’m in doggie jail. 

My entire life has been turned upside down!  Everything I knew and loved is gone because my Human could not take me with him where he moved. 

I’m really a very nice boy. I love children and other  dogs. I also know how to behave in the house and to only take care of necessities outside. As you can tell from my speech, I am well educated. 

Here at doggie jail they’ve made sure that I have had all my vaccines and am neutered.  I wasn’t to keen on that last part ‘til they explained to me that it would make it easier to find a “forever home”. 

I thought I’d found my “forever home”, but then a test showed I had heart worms, whatever they are.  The people here want a place called “rescue” to take me so I can be treated for these heart worms before they make me really sick. 

The nice lady writing this once adopted a dog with heart worms and had her treated successfully.  This lady said she was scared for her dog, but that she (her dog) recovered and went on the have a wonderful life as a retriever and companion.  

I love to be with people.   I walk politely on a lead and car rides are my absolute favorite!

If you are willing to take care of me during and after my treatment, please come make me your forever dog! I promise to love and cherish you unconditionally forever! 

Please!  All I want is your love and affection! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click on any picture, bold type or Princeton’s name to go to his petfinder page here.

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3 thoughts on “Adopting? Have your vet check your new best friend and give you advise about its health

  1. What a handsome fella!

    Paws khrossed fur him and all the others that end up in need due to situations like this –

    As fur the HW+ thingie, Mom has transported multiple passengers who've been treated and released from the programme after their graduation!

    Hugz&Khysses,
    Khyra

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  2. Oh Princeton! We are so sorry that your human left you behind when he moved. How mean is that! We are sorry about your heartworms too. But we also knew a doggie who had heartworms, and he took his medicine and was fine. We really hope you'll find the perfect family very soon!

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