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Aztec, August 1999

photo of AztecOur 50th funded dog for 1999, Aztec was abandoned by his previous owner and was found to have Type III heartworms. His rescuer described him as the most docile and kind dog he'd ever met and now wants to do everything he can to find Aztec a good home.

Aztec was also suffering from high stress causing loss of hair and appetite, and was skin and bones. His rescuer spent his lunch break going to the humane society to visit Aztec and let him out of his cage. He came to see Aztec everyday to sneak him dog bones and dog food. After one week of this, this young man decided to bring Aztec to his apartment, thinking that a small apartment is better than the small cage in the pound. He contacted LABMED to help with the expense of heartworm treatment and we quickly voted to provide the funds.

The rescuer is now trying to place Aztec in a loving home. He does not foresee a problem finding someone to care for this yellow sweetheart, because Aztec is such a good family dog.

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