Monday, December 19, 2011
Honorary Fuzzybutt--Let's find Reggie a home!
Yes, Finding Fuzzybutt Four is all about great pyrenees but sometimes we find a cutie that is just too hard to say no to. Meet Reggie. He's our honorary Fuzzybutt and he needs a loving home.
Though Reggie is only two months old, he has suffered a great deal in that short amount of time. Reggie was brought into the Austin Humane Society by a good samaritan who rescued him after a botched backyard tail-docking procedure. Poor Reggie's tail is raw and very painful, and he will need surgery when he is old enough (roughly in January) to completely fix his issues. Here at AHS, Reggie is receiving the care he needs to recover from this traumatic experience and the medicine he needs to ensure he heals without pain. We are working to find Reggie a wonderful family that can care for his needs and provide him with the loving home he deserves. Reggie is a purebred Doberman, neutered, HW negative and up to date on shots. The AHS already has a working relationship with a vet for Reggie's care. Adoption fee and application is required, and AHS prefers a local home for Reggie. Please cal 512-646-7387 for more info or to adopt sweet Reggie.
Sheila Rinks is the editor of Finding Fuzzybutt Four, producer of the Raising Indiana podcast and shares her home with her husband, 4 Great Pyrenees and 2 very well-fed kitties.