Name: Bobby

Gender: M

Age: d-o-b: ~2012

Size: medium-big (20kg, 50cm)

Others: dewormed, vaccinated, castrated

Story, Personality, Others:
Bobby was brought to the shelter because his owner died… which was the day of liberation for the poor dog who was kept on a chain since a puppy, for 9 years. Why do people have dogs on the chain? Especially nice, friendly dogs who are no guard dogs? 9 years on the chain…. never walked, never roamed…

Bobby is an extremely sweet, friendly and gentle dog. He loves human attention, he walks well on the leash, he likes everyone, also children. He is friendly with other dogs.

Bobby had been very neglected all his life. He has a chronical ear infection which we are treating now and we hope to make him better. His front left leg is twisted, it was probably broken and not treated and it grew badly. It does not ache him but as it is twisted he walks slowly. Moreover, Bobby is positive to leishmaniose, even if the treatment is simple, this usually puts the potential adoptants off.

Will someone still give him a chance of having a loving home, something he has never had, for the last years of his life?