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Ludo - Brussels Griffon / Mixed Dog For Adoption
Brussels Griffon Mix Dog For Adoption in Baton Rouge, LA, USA

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Date Listed: 11/12/2016
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Organization Name: Capital Area Animal Welfare Society
Location: Baton Rouge, LA
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Breed: Brussels Griffon Mix
Gender: Male Male
Nickname:

Ludo

Age: Young
Size at Maturity: Small
Availability Date: 11/12/2016
Location: Baton Rouge, LA, 70817
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Tags: Brussels Griffon Mix Dog For Adoption in Baton Rouge, LA, USA

Brussels Griffon Mix Dog For Adoption in Baton Rouge, LA, USA

Physical Attributes
Altered Yes
Behavioral Characteristics
Other
  • Housetrained
Additional Information
Was the Dog Found No
Other
  • Up-to-date on Vaccinations

Posted Breed: Brussels Griffon / Mixed. Adoption Information: Our dog and cat adoptions are held every Saturday from 11:00am to 3:00pm at our building, located at 6357 Quinn Dr in Baton Rouge, LA, near the Old Jefferson and Tiger Bend intersection. Cat adoptions are held every alternate Saturday at Petsmart on Airline and we also hold special adoption events throughout the Baton Rouge area. Please see http://caaws.org/special_events.htm to see specific details on which locations we will be at on specific dates. The adoption fee for our animals is $100 and covers all vetting, shots, vaccinations, tests, and neuter/spays. For further questions please email us at caawsmail@yahoo.com or ask the adoption counselors at adoptions!. Breed: Brussels Griffon Mix Estimated DOB: 12/3/13 Heartworm Status: positive Gender: Male, neutered Shots: Shots up to date Microchipped: yes Hey there friend! My name is Ludo and while I may look like any ordinary pup, all my friends know I’m a champion and survivor! Because of my positive heartworm status, I developed an enlarged heart (yes, more to love with too!) A few months ago, I was rushed to the emergency vet because I fainted. They found out I have Pulmonary Hypertension and need to receive medication 3 times a day. I started my heartworm treatment and I completed it without any complications. My heartworm status will be rechecked again in March 2016. Although, these things may sound scary, I’m a fighter and won’t let any of it get me down! My foster says I’m a scruffy ball of energy who absolutely LOVES to play with toys and friends, especially my 4 foster doggy siblings! I’m also doing great with my potty training so far and am very well behaved. However, nothing wins me over like a belly rub and some good loving and cuddling! So, come and meet me. I may be special, but maybe that’s just what will steal your heart away! Adoption Information: Our dog and cat adoptions are held every Saturday from 11:00am to 3:00pm at our building, located at 6357 Quinn Dr in Baton Rouge, LA, near the Old Jefferson and Tiger Bend intersection. Cat adoptions are held every alternate Saturday at Petsmart on Airline and we also hold special adoption events throughout the Baton Rouge area. Please see http://caaws.org/special_events.htm to see specific details on which locations we will be at on specific dates. The adoption fee for our animals is $100 and covers all vetting, shots, vaccinations, tests, and neuter/spays. For further questions please email us at caawsmail@yahoo.com or ask the adoption counselors at adoptions!.

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