Jeep

ADOPTED

Breed: Shepherd mix

Sex: Male

Age: 3

Size: Large

History and Temperament: Very friendly, very submissive.

Jeep was found on the side of the road and left for dead after being struck by a vehicle. The position in which his body was found is indescribable. The amputation of his front left leg is the result of the accident. Cases like this make it easy to be angry and focus on the negative but fortunately, that’s not what dogs do and now that we know more about Jeep, that’s not his style.

Jeep is a friendly boy who wants to forget about the past and move forward. He’s assured us that he’s okay, no longer in pain, and eager to begin his new life in the U.S.

Jeep is a Turkish street dog or otherwise known as a dog from the forest. It’s a place where dogs are dumped when they are no longer wanted by their owners. Jeep would not have fared well in the forest for too long since he is a submissive boy and somewhat intimated by bossy dogs. Perhaps Jeep’s accident was no accident at all.

As strange as it sounds, perhaps it was a blessing since he’s now with some very determined people who promise to fly him all the way to the states and place him into the loving arms of a very special person. Jeep is a large, sweet dog and he wants someone who will work with his physical limitations and teach him new things like how to give a ‘high-five’, play ‘hide-and-seek’ and ‘guess which hand’ or ‘name that toy,’ ‘bubble chase,’ ‘doggie-in-the-middle’ and hold ‘treat hunts.’ Maybe even learn a dance step or two! Jeep is approximately 3-yrs old.

He is neutered, current on vaccines, and microchipped. If you are interested in Jeep, please send a kind message expressing your interest. Please include details as to HOW and WHY Jeep would fit in with your home/lifestyle.

All of the information I have given is true and complete. This dog will reside in my home as a family member. I will provide it with quality dog food, plenty of fresh water, indoor shelter, affection, daily walks, annual physical examination, and vaccinations under the supervision of a licensed veterinarian.