Meet beautiful old boy Fox. Fox was brought to the clinic I work at to be put to sleep as he isn't hunting good anymore. His expiration date had come and so he was useless and just one more mouth to feed. Yes, it sounds horrendous, but sadly the reality we face every day out here.
Fox is nearly 9 years old. He just needs a nice relaxed home to live out his retirement years. He is a bit weary initially when he meets strangers but after some time you can see his tail wagging. I really think he was beaten as well as trying to pet him, most times he will cower down 😔
Our old boy is very calm in the house. He is currently in a foster home and he loves the comforts of a soft warm bed, regular meals and a walk. Most of the day he sleeps curled up in his comfy bed catching up on peace and quiet, something he would have never had in the cage s he was kept, loud, overcrowded and probably just sleeping on the floor. Fox doesn't have any accidents in the house and waits for his walks to do his business. He is quite submissive and can be a bit scared of new dogs approaching him but with proper introduction he slowly relaxes and gains more confidence. He has shown no aggression towards cats either.
His foster's opinion that we share is that Fox will love to be in a quiet home where he can have a quiet life, sleep, eat, have a couple of walks, enjoy his golden years.
More About Fox
- Sex: Male
- Colour: Tricolor (Tan/Brown & Black & White)
- Age Group: Senior
- Breed: Mixed Breed
- Age: 8 years 10 months.
What you should know
- Can live with cats: Yes
- Good with dogs: Yes
- Needs resident dog: Can live with a resident dog or alone
- Can live with children: Over 12
- Adoption Coodinator: Raya/Rachel Atanasova/Sherridan