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Two lovely, healthy tripods are looking for their forever home: Samuel and Kiss

We know it is hard to find a  forever home for not-so-perfect adult pets. After all, most people prefer a happy, healthy, 100% complete puppy over a tripod that is a year and a half or two years old. But there are a couple of things that these two guys have to offer. They are beyond the out-of-control, attention-demanding, time-consuming and in many cases destructive puppy phase. They are more balanced and quiet than puppies. They are already a good watch dog. They are totally house-trained. And of course, they have been dewormed, vaccinated and neutered like all our animals that are ready for their adoption. They walk and run fine on three legs and require nothing special except for a terrain that's fenced and preferably a bit level, although they can walk up and down a cow trail with ease.

Sam was rescued by a good Samaritan in David a few months after he was hit by a car. His leg turned out to be too infected and the infection was already in the bone, so his leg could not be saved. He also had tick fever which slowed down his recovery. Now, he is super healthy and happy.  His recovery was supported by ARF (Adopt Rescue Foster Boquete) and many donations. He is estimated to be about 2 years old.

Kiss was brought to the spay/neuter clinic in Boquete. He was living on a construction site but no one could take care of his injured foot and leg. After having his leg amputated, he recovered quickly and he is now ready for his forever, loving family. He is about 1.5 years old and loves toys and playing.

If you would consider giving one of these lovely boys a permanent home, or if you know someone who might , or if you have any questions, please contact us. We are more than happy to arrange a meet-and-greet with these dogs.

Our contact information is:
Phone 6630-4383 (incl. Whatsapp)
E-mail info@lacasadelosanimales.org

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