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Luigi - Aruba

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Size: Medium
Age: Young
Gender: Male
Breeds: Crossbreed
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Coming to you all the way from ARUBA!!!! Currently fostering in Ashland MA

UPDATE ¾ - Luigi has been here in foster care for just a few days and is already doing great - he LOVES the other dogs (we live in a doggie daycare) totally comfortable with them and at least one dog is required in his new home.

He’s shy around humans but we’ve learned if you ignore him, he eventually gets closer and closer to you and it seems he’s already feeling comfortable.

This boy doesn’t need alot of “work” before he’s going to be a “normal” dog - just some patience, a home with a fenced yard and other dogs. It will take a bit to get to the going out on a leash section but we will get to it.

If you’d like to be a part of this boy’s rehab, please let me know - he’s a doll - and so sweet -

This kid would love a fenced yard and playmate- he loves to run, run, run.  Oh and he loves toys!!!

He is a healthy, neutered, micro-chipped boy who is up to date with shots. He is also kennel trained. 

Are you the forever home this sweet boy deserves? This handsome one-year old is Luigi. He and his three brothers had owners in Aruba but were basically street dogs as they lived in in abusive situation.  One of his brothers is now living in Holland!  This boy prefers the United States as his final destination so let’s make that happen!!!

Experienced with shy dogs? We’d love you to consider this boy - even on a trial basis or to foster!! Please contact:

Name: Luigi - Aruba
Breed: Crossbreed
Sex: Male
Age: 1 year estimated
Weight: 40 lbs
Spayed/Neutered: Yes
Vaccinations: Up to date
Heartworm:  Tested February 2019
Microchipped: Yes

Adoption Donation: 450.00

DOG: YES PLEASE - loves other dogs and at least one other dog is required in his home.
CHILDREN: Most likely no -he’s shy. They may make him nervous.

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