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RANGER

Movie nights every night

Leonberger Mix | 120 lbs | Male | 4 years old | Good with small dogs and calm larger dogs | Unknown with cats | Good with strangers (warms up quickly) | Good with kids | Crate trained | House trained | Fostered in Kingston, ON


Vetting: Ranger has received 3 months of his heartworm treatment and is doing so well. He had minor side effects of nausea and muscle pain after the first adulticide injection, but almost nothing after treatments 2 and 3! He is such an easy-going guy that crate rest is an absolute breeze with him, and he can even be out in the house lounging around. One month later he gets a blood check to see if the worms are gone, and possibly one more treatment if they're not. Once Ranger gets the all-clear from his heartworm, he will be booked in for his cruciate surgery that he initially came to us for. There will be a few more months of crate rest after the surgery so it's a good thing he's so chill!


Adoption fee: $600

 

Ranger is a lovable giant that will convince you to be his best friend and give him all the belly rubs! This man can be a lazy couch potato and relax around the house, or happily out sniffing on his walks. He's learning leash manners so he doesn't pull his foster mom around, but picks up on new things quickly! Ranger can be a bit hesitant meeting new people or dogs, but with proper introductions does warm up quite quickly. 


Ranger does have a few health issues that will keep him with Tango's Lead for quite a few months, but he'll definitely be getting all the love and cuddles from his foster home. Ranger will need to visit the vet a few times while he's with us, and have periods of crate rest after his heartworm treatment and cruciate surgery. Unfortunately he doesn't love being restrained for procedures like blood collection, and has never been crated before. His foster home is currently muzzle and crate training him to get him used to both, and he is making great strides in both! 

Here’s what Ranger's foster parents want you to know about him:


Ranger is the most loyal companion for any owner. He is a gentle giant, and he knows it. He was a rescue puppy, so he is not the best at socializing and takes a little bit of time to warm up to new people but once he is comfortable, he is the sweetest boy. Ranger loves to be around his humans, and gets excited every time seeing you after being away. He needs a little work on his walking skills, but that is trainable. Ranger is the nicest boy, he is just a little shy. He is the biggest couch potato and loves to cuddle so super high energy is not an issue for the big guy