Adopt Cooper JuM a White - with Tan, Yellow or Fawn Labrador Retriever / Mixed
CooperWhy is it so hard for a leopard to hide? Because he's always spotted. Ha ha. Me too. I am lightly spotted like a tortilla that wasn’t browned enough. I get these subtle reddish speckles on my creamy white back drop from being a Cattle Dog mixture. I need to tell you the story of how I got my name. Dunt danaduhhhhh….it is Super Cooper. What makes me so super duper cooper? I was spotted by a Nice Sam…and that does not stand for Sammich, it stands for Samaritan…a person who does a great deed out of their kind heart. I was found with an injury to my leg that wasn’t determined to be old or new. So God’s Dogs Rescue agreed to take me into their fold and to the Veterinarian to find out. The Nice Sam also paid a donation of $1000 for my medical care. Wow, now she is the real super hero. All the ladies fell in love with me here at rescue camp. I am 8 mnths old and 35lbs of sweetness and sugar. I know how to make each lady feel like they are the only chick on my dance card and I am very attuned to my person. The x-ray vision that the Veterinarian had revealed an old fracture. It has healed pretty well approximated and made my leg a little shorter than the other three. The Veterinarian determined that surgery would make it even shorter and not change the function or ability so we all opted to not put me through the drama of surgery. So now I am ready to go fly into your heart and arms. I am playful with other dogs, they don’t even notice that I am slightly different on 1 leg and you won’t notice it either once my personality shines and blocks all view of anything else. I hope to join a family soon! Adopt me! GOD'S DOGS Rescue, in San Antonio TX, does not have a shelter. Our dogs are raised in foster homes in the San Antonio area. Each dog comes spayed or neutered, up-to-date with age appropriate vaccinations, microchipped, heart worm tested and are current with monthly flea/tick and heart worm preventatives. ALL OF THIS IS INCLUDED IN THE ADOPTION CHARGE OF $400 for dogs over a year old, which also includes the cost of transportation to the assigned location. Medical records accompany each dog at the time of delivery. Microchips will be registered to new owner(s) within a week of arrival of your pet. If a name change is desired, the new name should be emailed to XXXX@godsdogsrescue.org prior to arrival of your new pup. Please visit our website http://godsdogsrescue.org/ for helpful info re: transport, our adoption process and application, volunteering and fostering, and images of our dogs/puppies looking for homes!! Thank you for wanting to adopt a rescued dog, their LIVES depend on it!
March 16 on Adopt-a-Pet.com