Waffle - Referral
Waffle is a lovable pup who enjoys late naps and snacks. I adopted him from a rescue at 6 months of age. Waffle should have a home that is calm and has time for him - he is a gentle and curious soul. He may not like playing fetch often, but loves cuddling on the couch. He does best as the only pet and with children over 5 years old. He does not like crying babies and I have just had a baby and am a single mom going through a divorce. I just don't have the time working full time and juggling a new baby. I did not expect this is where I would be right now.
He has a non threatening eye condition called Pannus, which is quite common in GS breeds and is stabilized with daily drops. Also, Addison's disease. Both of which are controlled with medication. He requires one steroid pill and eye drops (both once daily) and a percorten shot every 28 days. But he is definitely worth it!
He comes from a home of love, he's not jumpy and he rarely barks. He is completely house trained and has not been in a crate since he was 9 months old. He has been home up to 10 hours on his own without any accidents throughout the years. He has a bed, toys, treats, food, bowls, and medication. He is up-to-date on all of his vaccinations and I have medical records from his ophthalmologist and veterinarian. If anyone is willing to love him, I am willing to help with his medical needs.
A home check will be required.
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