Keifer doesn’t ask for much. All he really wants is a place to call home and someone he can share his friendly smile and waggy tail with. This four-year-old English Setter-Retriever mix ended up at the Allendale County Shelter in South Carolina. On July 17th, he and six other dogs were transferred to the Mary Ann Morris Animal Society (MAMAS) shelter in rural Bamberg County, also in South Carolina. Surprisingly, Keifer was the only one of the seven dogs to test heartworm positive, which lowered his chances of being rescued or adopted.
Ruthie Rish with MAMAS asked RADAR if we could cover Keifer’s heartworm treatment costs. If so, he would have a much better opportunity to be adopted or rescued. We agreed, and he had his heartworm treatment done on August 7th.
“Keifer is a friendly, loving boy,” Ruthie told us. “He gets along with everybody he meets. He was surrendered because his former family said they could no longer take care of him. He always greets everyone with a smile and a tail wag!” To see more photos of Keifer, click here.
RADAR paid all $270 of the heartworm treatment costs for Keifer.
UPDATE! All funds for Keifer have been raised! Thank you!
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UPDATE! Keifer has been adopted!
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Added on August 26, 2018.