Peanut’s Looking for a Good Home; Can You Help?
Peanut needs a home. For the first five years of his life, he was tied up in a garage but, according to the nice folks at Redwood Pals Rescue, “His caretaker loved and cared about him – a good thing, because he definitely learned how to love people! – but her life circumstances kept her from giving Peanut the kind of life he deserved. Ultimately, she made the best decision for him, even though it hurt her – she let him go to find a better life.”
The volunteers at the animal shelter have been making sure Peanut is ready to go to a good home. He’s been going for long walks and getting exposed to a variety of experiences. “He doesn’t show any food aggression, and has shown every indication so far of being friendly towards other dogs,” writes the folks at Redwood Pals. “We are even told that he was friends with the cats at his former home….He waits to go potty until he’s let out, and never goes in his kennel.”
Do you have the home Peanut is waiting for? According to the shelter folk,
Peanut has been recently neutered, de-wormed, and vaccinated. He has tested heartworm negative and is on heartworm and flea preventative. At 65 pounds, he’s a strong boy, but eager to please. Young children probably wouldn’t be a great match simply due to his size and strength.
We will require an application and small donation to Redwood Pals Rescue at the time an adoption is finalized (we can be flexible on the exact amount).