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Thursday
Aug142014

Leroy Is The Man (And He Needs A New Home)

UPDATE: Leroy found a home! Hooray!

Ok, dog lovers: cozy up to your cinema screens and take a look at this sweet little guy...Leroy!

FIPS reader (and dog walker & trainer! Hire her!) Susie found him tied up and abandoned in Fort Greene Park with a rope around his neck. He was filthy, scared and alone. Susie and her friend called all the local shelters and shocker: no one could take him. So Susie is currently fostering him and reached out to us to see if we could find this little gent a forever home.

He's been to the vet, and unfortunately, has some kennel cough that he's currently dealing with. According to all reports, he's sweet, kind and has shown no signs of agression...even with Susie's dog Phoebe who isn't shy about occasionally throwing a growl his way. He's housebroken and loves to play with squeaky toys. 

From Susie: 

We are hoping someone will want to adopt this sweet old timer. He doesn’t need much just a few walks a day and some squeaky toys. He’s so mellow that he’d be an easy dog to care for. We can’t keep him due to our building’s pet policy. Please pass this post along to anyone who might be able to foster or adopt him. Leroy and I greatly appreciate it. Anyone interested in helping please contact me, Susie DeFord at Susie’s Pet Care 718-415-7880 susiespetcare<AT>gmail.com

Ok, guys...let's do this. Who has room for Leroy in their family? 

You can read more about this sweet little dude here

 

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