Sweet boy Snowflake was found on the streets matted to the point that he couldn't see. Of course, we couldn't let him fend for himself, especially that we were told he was wandering the streets for a while. A tedious grooming session took hours, but it was all worth it when we saw the final result. Under pounds of matter fur and dried feces, we were ecstatic to meet this little angel. Snowflake is the definition of a lap dog, and while he can live without long walks, he would be a perfect companion for someone looking for a furry companion for long work hours and cozy evenings. Because all Snowflake really wants is to lay by his person, or better yet- lay on his person's lap. He doesn't mind other dogs as long as they give him his space. For that reason, another senior would be the best option. If a playful dog tries to get into Snowflake's face when all he wants to daydream, Snowflake may growl to let them know he's not interested. Snowflake was diagnosed with Myxomatous mitral and tricuspid valve disease, which is not as scary as it sounds at all! As of now, he doesn't require any medications. Doctors recommend a radiograph every six months and an annual cardiogram to monitor the progression.
Sorry, but Snowflake is currently pending an adoption by a forever home, so you can't apply for an adoption. Check back soon to see if the pet status changes!