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People on Facebook have commented that this little guy looks just like a Tibetan Spaniel. Honestly, that is not a breed I am really familiar with and when I looked at the pics online of a Tibetan Spaniel…he definitely resembles them.
Can anyone help him escape being pts at the shelter? If not…know anyone who can? Please forward.
#31366 – Hagrid
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Age: 5 years
Breed: Tibetan Spaniel Mix? Peke Mix?
Weight: 18 pounds
Impound Date: 10/29/10
Ledger #: 31366
Why choose Hagrid?
Hagrid thinks that he is one handsome stud and probably wouldn’t know what to think if he saw his reflection in the mirror. Hagrid struts around on the end of the leash like he owns the place, but still manages to not pull at all. He’s a very happy fellow and always seems to have a happy grin on his face. When he’s not grinning, he has the most hilarious snaggle tooth that gives him quite the caveman appearance. I couldn’t help but laugh when he gave me his serious face with that ridiculous tooth sticking out. Hagrid has quite the underbite but is missing one of his bottom canine teeth, which contributes to his snaggle-toothed appearance. Poor Hagrid also has an ulcer in his left eye, but the nice doctors at South Athens Animal Clinic have started him on a round of meds that should help him feel a little better. Dogs with round, protruding eyes like Hagrid are very susceptible to eye injuries, so it’s not very surprising that poor Hagrid is having problems. To top it off, Hagrid was also crawling with fleas when he was originally found and he is missing some hair on his back. The vet suspects it may be a flea allergy and he seems to be feeling a little better now that he is flea free. Hagrid will definitely need to follow-up with veterinarians once he is adopted or rescued to determine the full extent of the damage to his eye and evaluate his skin. In spite of all of the stress of his eye injury and skin issues, Hagrid is a happy-go-lucky fellow and doesn’t seem to let anything get him down. Once he’s completely healthy, I’m sure he’ll be quite the clown to have in the home!
For specific information on the dogs featured on athenspets.net, call the animal control office at 706-613-3540. Please refer to the ledger number when calling.
Athens – Clarke County Animal Control
45 Beaverdam Ext.
Athens, Georgia 30605
Phone: 706 613-3540
Fax: 706 613-3545
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