Ok, here is the deal. www.aarrff.org has agreed to help a boy called Roman. Problem is she only has outdoor runs available at the moment, and when she brought him back to aarrff Roman promptly ate his way out of 2 of her runs. This boy can not be in a run no way, he eats chain link as a hobby As far as I know he has not been crated much. He is a smooshy velcro dog. So the person who found him took him home again, however she will only give him till the end of next week, then he goes to Linn County AC, THIS IS A DEATH SENTENCE, as soon as they walk in the door. Here is what Ladylaw wrote about him, bear in mind this is a person who like myself does not do pits, and actually has some fear of them.
We have 5 days ppl and thats it!!!
PLEASE FOLKS SAVE THIS BOY, LL is willing to transport out of state as a last resort. Roman is currently in Oregon.
He has the MOST beautiful eyes that I have EVER seen - they are this beautiful light mocha color. He is small in stature -maybe 30 pounds? The vet guesstimated him at 6 - 9 months of age. As I told you, we just had him neutered and rabies vac'd. He can have his other shots any time (they didn't want to do them all on the same day). He is still on his ivormectin treatments, but his hair is already growing back in!
He has been staying with the woman who found him. He has been living indoors with 3 small children and 3 dogs: a PitBull, a Mastiff and a Doberman. I believe all of them were male, but I can check. He is reported to be completely housebroken. He would stay in a crate for short periods - I think a few hours or so, with no problems. He did not push their outdoor fence, although he was not left out there for long periods or without his dog buddies. He rode very well in my car. The worst habit, that was reported, was chewing up the little 18 month old child's toys! I saw him in this home environment off-leash in an unenclosed front yard with many people around and the toddler with him!
If you can think of anything to help ROMAN I would be so appreciative. She is going to take him to Linn County Dog Control....well, you know what that means. He will die. I will do anything to avoid that. He is such a GREAT dog!
has he got a home yet i wouild take him but i have a great preanese that does not like other dogs yes it is the same one that is sick she grew up with her uncle and she tolerated him pretty well but if we put another dog with her she will start a war she has always been like that