If Windsor got his name from the United Kingdom’s royal House of Windsor, we think it suits him perfectly! Well-mannered and regal in appearance, this four-year-old Lab-Mastiff mix arrived at the Wayne County Animal Shelter in North Carolina on September 18th as a stray. Because not much was known about his history, we might never know if Windsor was descended from royalty! Sadly, one thing was for sure, and it was that he was heartworm positive.
On September 20th, Karen Steers of Peak Lab Rescue in North Carolina reached out to RADAR in hopes that we could help cover the costs of his treatment. We agreed, and he was safe! He received his heartworm treatment on November 21st.
The folks who fostered Windsor had so many good things to say about him: “We’ve seen no growling, barking or biting whatsoever, whether he is playing with our four-year-old, seeing and meeting other dogs while out walking, being fed by hand or being encouraged to sit. His mellow and friendly personality is clearly evident to see. He’s also very curious, and wants to know what’s going on.” Click here to view more photos of Windsor.
RADAR paid $250 towards Windsor’s heartworm treatment costs.
UPDATE! All funds for Widsor have been raised! Thank you!
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Thank you to the following contributors, who have given specifically to Windsor:
Helping Hands for Hearts Fund ($100); Jennifer Siegert; Leilani Campbell; Meredith Krissoff
Added on December 17, 2017.