Pandora the Winking Senior Hound Mix – FOSTERED
12/2017: FOSTERED in NYC!
4/2017: Looking for foster home, also available for adoption. 11 years old, 80 lbs (gentle giant!). Female Redbone Coonhound / Shar Pei / Rhodesian / Lab
Pandora is our newest member of Operation Foster Bound, and she’s ready for a loving foster home. Sure, her mix might seem random – but the good news is, whoever brings her home will get to perform a doggy DNA test, courtesy of Wisdom Panel! (Can’t wait to hear her results!)
Pandora hasn’t had an easy life. She was owned by a drug dealer and was rescued from a chain. She’s spent 9 years waiting for a happy home to call her own. She recently had one of her eyes removed, due to a cyst. On the bright side, she looks as if she is perpetually flirting with you at all times. 😉
Even after all she’s been through, Pandora is still wonderfully loving and loyal.
This gentle giant is calm, affectionate, and always ready for a cuddle. She likes car rides, long walks and is house and crate trained. On leash, Pandora is respectful when passing by other dogs but she should be the only pet in the house and isn’t going to throw any house parties any time soon.
At her age, she’s just looking for a comfortable place to hang out to live out her golden years. She isn’t a young lady anymore, and shouldn’t have to wait any longer to find a foster or adoptive home. Let’s make this year a great one for Pandora.
She takes arthritis meds, which her rescue group will cover while she’s in foster care. She should not live in a home that requires multiple flights of stairs, but could handle one flight if needed.
Care of PupStarz Rescue, in NYC 12.2017
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Things to keep in mind: Adoption fee applies if you plan to adopt, unless otherwise stated (Foster caretakers must pay adoption fee if they choose to adopt). You may be required to complete a foster/adoption application prior to meeting the dog. Please check with your landlord about your building’s pet policy and of course talk to your roommates. The dog is the legal property of the rescue organization until an adoption contract is signed