CASEY

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FOSTER NEEDED: CASEY 4 year old male black Lab/Great Dane mix, neutered 75 lbs



Background: Casey is currently owned by a family with a 2 year old who has recently been found to be severely allergic to dogs. Previous to this, he was owned by the family’s mother-in-law and sadly she passed two years ago. The current family is now expecting a baby in the next few days in addition to moving into a home in a different city. They need to rehome Casey, through no fault of his own.

What Casey's Rescue Rep Says: Casey is a very sweet dog who loves people, kids and adults alike. He is very good and gentle around kids. It takes him a little while to warm up to other dogs but once he does he is fine with them. However, dog parks are out.

He has lived with both adult men and women, children ages two through 12 and a cat. He is housebroken and he is non-destructive in the house, even when left alone. He loves tennis balls and he knows many commands. If he gets excited he may bark a little. He is good riding in the car.

Because he needs a little time to warm up to other dogs he should go to a home without another dog. There is currently a neighbor with a dog and it took him about two weeks of greeting the dog and now he is fine with him. No history of aggression or bites.

Medical: Casey is up-to-date on his vaccs, microchipped and is getting a Heartworm test. He is a great easy dog to have around and we need to get him to a foster as soon as possible due to the new baby and the family moving to a different city.

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