Every living species experiences fear, harm and danger. These emotions are, undoubtedly, very painful. When a living being exists in this prolonged emotional state the result can be a loss of courage and a broken spirit. Too often the effects of this stress is visualized in animals entering shelters.
Upon entering the facility, Rudy was concerned with new sounds, movements and the sterile environment. Pressed up against the back of his kennel, this sweet dog lacked confidence and we were unsure as to how long it would take him to trust us. Within a few days, we could happily report that 64 pound Rudy had regained his confidence and is now a toy tossing, nub wagging, love of a young dog!
At approximately 3 years of age, Rudy appears to have been a family dog that lost his way. Unfortunately, his family never found him and he is now eligible for adoption through Pay It Forward For Pets.
Thought to be a giant Schnauzer mix-breed boy, he is one good looking dog - and because he has hair, instead of fur, he may be a better fit for someone with those pesky allergies? Everybody loves a shaggy dog so we don’t believe he will be with us long. Don’t delay … consider adopting your next best friend, today!
Interested in adopting? Call 330-760-0763. Pay It Forward For Pets is a 501(C)3 nonprofit. Tax-deductible donations can be sent to: 751 Delaware Ave., Akron, OH, 44333. Visit: PayItForwardForPets.org