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"The Chase" Photography by:
Patrick McArdle
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Patrick McArdle
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Pertinent Information
Male: 4-5 years
UTD:   Yes             
Weight: 50 lbs Good with Other dogs: Yes
Color: Fawn
Good with Cats:   Unknown
Ears: Natural
Children:  OLDER 16+ or none
Tail:  Docked Microchipped:     TBD

Neutered:  To be done

Training required:    Yes
Surrender:  Shelter              Adoption Donation:    $350.00          

February 2, 2015

 

Steeler had his neuter surgery and is recovering comfortably in his new foster home.  He is warm, safe and never needs to worry where his next meal is coming from.  Steeler is very thin, we are sure this was due to the stress of being in a shelter for months.   We are thrilled this baby has a warm place to sleep at night.  Check back soon as we get to know this little cutie pie better.

 

January 23, 2015

 

Meet Steeler, a 4-5 year old Boxer boy who was found as a stray in Providence.   Although his family was found, they did not back. Steeler needs to be neutered which we will do as soon as we secure a foster home for him as we do not want him to have to recover from surgery in a cold kennel.   Hes been kept in the quarantine section at a local animal control and hes getting very stressed out.  Wed really like to get him out as soon as possible.    We met Steeler and he is a good dog. He is just a touch jumpy and just a smidgen mouthy.  He shows excellent attention and responds to commands.   Steeler is affectionate and playful and responds to squeaky toys.  He has been okay with other dogs and our evaluator watched him with a pit bull puppy in the adjacent exercise pen and he was fine.  He needs to gain a little weight.   We feel that once out of this shelter environment and with some exercise, structure and love, Steeler will be a great companion.  Since we dont know anything about his history we will be placing Steeler preferably as an ONLY dog unless someone who is very dog savvy and who has a female wants to foster him.  Also, no cats as we have no idea how he would be with them and we feel he would do best with no children, or older children 16+.   Please check back soon as we secure a foster home for this handsome boy!

 

Application in process
Steeler