Thursday, July 9, 2009

Sweet Cody - Give a home - PLEASE.

Cody was found by a volunteer of SC Pit Bull Rescue in March of 2009, eating from a dumpster outside of Gilligan’s Restaurant on Main Road, Johns Island, SC. Lost and Found Dog Ads were searched and posted all over the Charleston area, with no luck. Of course, he does not have a microchip and was not wearing a collar. When we found him, he smelled like he had been living in dumpsters for quite some time.

Now, three months later, Cody’s owners still have not been found. He has been temporarily cared for by a wonderful foster home during the last few months. Cody’s foster mom has recently gotten news that she is being transferred by her employer and she cannot take Cody where she is going.

Please help us find Cody a rescue, sanctuary, or forever home. He is a wonderful boy, big fluffy and sweet. He is not a young pup and the vets think he could possibly be ten years old.

Thanks to another wonderful good Samaritan (thank you Sue!), we know that Cody is heartworm negative. The vets think he has some possible nerve damage in his back legs. He gets around okay, but he’s a slow guy. He has all of his vaccines, and he is neutered.

Cody is about 75 lbs.

Cody is perfectly housetrained and does not need a crate. He doesn’t chew, he doesn’t bark, and he has no known behavioral issues. His foster mom calls him “gentle as a lamb” – he is the definition of gentle.

Cody needs a place to rest his body, to live out his days, and someone to love. This is an amazing dog that would be perfect for anyone who wants a faithful companion to come home to.

If anyone can help, or knows someone who could help, please pass on the information.


Melissa Sanders

South Carolina Pit Bull Rescue Volunteer

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