Age: 3 years old
Adoption Status: Successful Adoption
April 19, 2013 – Moe is going to his forever home this Sunday…he will live a happy life with 5 very nice kids.
April 9, 2013 – Moe was quite the gentleman at this past weekend’s Adoption Day and was eager to see and meet so many new faces. Moe’s skin is clearing nicely and his forever home will want to keep him on a higher end food and treats. Moe has the most handsome face and is eager to find a home that will love and spoil him. Moe will need to be taught some manners on a leash and is curious, often pulling towards people and/or others to investigate. Moe’s training is still moving along with positive results and we will be sure to pass on all of the secrets to his forever home. Can you give Moe his forever home? Please submit your application form today.
April 2, 2013 – Moe is doing wonderful and is really coming out of his shell; surprising us every day with something new that he does. Moe is the best greeter when you come home from work, jumping up and down and doing circles of excitement. Moe is receiving some training as he goes through an unwanted ‘mounting’ stage in his life. This training is going well with Moe as he is incredibly intelligent and has since grasped that we are the boss. With rules and boundaries he’s adjusting to his new environment each day. He will occasionally try to mount the resident female pug, but with a correction right away, he now stops. Moe would best be suited in a forever home with a confident leader.
March 22, 2013 – Moe has returned from the vet a new man! Moe is recovering well from his neutering surgery and immediately had the bounce back in his step. The vet also assessed Moe’s right rear leg as he appeared to be skipping steps. It seems that at some point in Moe’s not so great past, a fracture occurred and no veterinary care was ever sought. Moe’s leg has healed without treatment and because of built up scar tissue, he is physically unable to completely straighten this leg. Moe has adapted to this and it causes him no pain, nor is there any way to correct it. Moe is not limited from walking, running, playing, etc. because of this and remains as active as any other pug his age. The vet has recommended that Moe continue to be as active as possible as this can only help his condition. Moe is 14.8lbs. Moe continues to play well and has taken a shining to the resident cat, often seen wrestling and cahorting.
March 19, 2013 – Moe is doing wonderful since coming into the rescue and is adapting very well in his foster home, happy to be paired with the resident female pug. A little skittish to noises and the unknown, Moe spooks easily but is adjusting amazingly to his new environment. Moe will visit the vet this coming Thursday for his neutering surgery and we will have his skin looked at as well, as it seems that he may have some food allergies. Since we have switched him onto agrain-free formula and with the addition of herring oil, we will be keeping an eye on his skin for improvements over the next couple of weeks. Moe is quite at home curling up to his humans and is quite interested in play fighting with even the resident cat! Stay tuned to learn more as Moe visits the vet and we learn about his personality.
March 17, 2013 – Moe has come into the rescue this afternoon as an owner surrender. Moe is quite active and gets along well with other dogs. He is 3 years old. He was bought 4 months ago online and the people didn’t realize that a dog needs to go out and get fed. Moe will soon visit the vet to be neutered and have a full checkup. Moe will be fostered with a female pug, so stay tuned to learn how he adapting to his new life.