Dog Magnar Looking for New Family to Cuddle, Play With
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His name means strength, and it perfectly fits because this pup because he has been through a lot, according to the Humane Society of Midland County.
The 3 to 5-year-old cuddler was one of 53 dogs in a breeding and hoarding situation. The shelter says he has learned how to be a dog again, and is friends with the other dogs he is fostered with.
He would best fit a home with children no younger than 10, because of his playfulness.
He’s looking for a patient home that will give him time to adjust to the new surroundings and is willing to walk him regularly as he enjoys his people and exercise time.
HSoMC says he also asks for a home without cats and does sometimes get anxiety, which has been rectified with a dose of inexpensive anti-anxiety medication.
They say he is a total “cuddle bug” in his foster home, and enjoys working on obedience training.
Anyone interested in this incredibly loving, devoted, playful and resilient dog should fill out an online adoption application here.
His normal fee is $150, but if you mention seeing him on 9&10 News, that will be dropped to $75.
And if you are starting your spring cleaning, consider donating your items to the Humane Society of Midland County for its upcoming auction on May 19.
They can store your household goods, working electronics, working car/truck/van, lawn mower, toys, furniture, sporting goods, tools, etc. (no clothes please).
Learn more by heading to hsomc.org.