2016!! - Mr. Mo has been adopted!!!
HAPPY NEW LIFE!! Somebody just got lucky!
Happy, happy retirement Mr. Mo!!
HIP HIP HOOOORAY!!
Mr. Mo... Mo Freckles!!
can't wait all day... need some beauty freckle sleep!!
Senior boy Mo’s owner passed away
3 years ago and the family was going to euthanize him so a co-worker
and her husband agreed to take him in with the intention to be
only a temporary foster home. They ended up keeping him for three
years and a toddler and new baby on the way finally pushed Mo
out. He doesn’t have any major health problems but unfortunately
he has suffered some neglect from his inexperienced and reluctant
long term fosters. He was 20 pounds underweight, had a nasty skin
infection in both ears, lick granulomas on his lower left leg,
and a mass on his neck that was infected. He’s been placed
on antibiotics, ear wash, medicated ear drops, and a joint supplement.
HIs nails were also curled under and causing him severe discomfort
and problems moving around. He’s also been given a medicated
wash for his very dry skin.
Special Needs If Any: None.
Geographic areas you adopt
to: Rescue will consider
applications throughout the U.S. and Canada providing a home visit
can be done.
If you are interested in adopting a Senior, please
visit the Southwest Ohio Doberman Rescue (SWODR) website at www.swohiodoberescue.org
to submit an application. or by e-mail at email@example.com.
Southwest Ohio Doberman Rescue will consider applications from
throughout the U.S. and Canada, provided we can get a home visit
done. Travel to meet the dog and transportation of the dog to
its new home (ground only) are the responsibility of the adopter.
See our website for further details. An application is required.