Bo would like nothing more than to be your best beau! He arrived as a stray at the Blount County Animal Shelter in Tennessee on December 14th and was never reclaimed. Approximately two years old, Bo is a Shepherd-Husky mix. A great dog like Bo would usually be “good to go” at the shelter, but he had the misfortune to test heartworm positive.
On January 7th, RADAR’s liaison at the shelter, Kristen Baksa, contacted us for help with Bo’s heartworm treatment. “We will find a family that will take good care of him once his treatment is complete,” Kristen told us. We agreed to help. Bo had his treatment on done on February 13th.
“Bo is a big, friendly, and playful guy,” Kristin said. “This ball of love is all puppy! He loves everyone. His motto is play, play and play some more. He loves all dogs, big and small. Bo is a classic family dog. and the family that adopts him will be very lucky!” Click here to view more photos of Bo.
RADAR paid all of Bo’s heartworm treatment costs, which totaled $392.
UPDATE! Bo has been adopted!
UPDATE! All funds for Bo have been raised! Thank you!
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Thank you to the following contributors, who have given specifically to Bo:
Helping Hands for Hearts Fund ($100); Sunday Wright Fund; Ken Siegert & Rick Thompson, in honor of their Husky mix from Blount County, Finn; Roxanne Stevens; Liam Paskvan & Nicolai Freeman–Paskvan; Achieve Fitness Boston, in honor of Coach Ted Andrews; Laura Jones
Added on February 27, 2018.