Shyloh, March 2002
Shyloh is looking for a forever home; see our Adoption Page for more info.
Shyloh had a hard life for his first five years. He was able to escape from his fenced yard, so his owner kept him locked outside in a crate most of the time. When Shyloh tested positive for heartworms, the owner gave him to The Hall's Small Animal Rescue in Herman, NE.
Shyloh is a handsome black male with a Michael Jackson-like white "glove" on one paw. His rescuers contacted LABMED for help in funding Shyloh's heartworm treatment, and we were happy to pay part of the costs. Once Shyloh has recovered from his heartworm treatment, he will be ready for a new family. This loving guy deserves a couch to sleep on from now on!
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