Fostered In Wisconsin
Moses came to BBR when his owner could no longer care for him due to health. Moses spent a portion of his life living outside. He is said to be great with kids, ignores other dogs and afraid of cats. However, he was harassing the cats in his foster home until they set him straight! Moses has been very easy going and simply just wants people to love him and pay attention to him. He is doing well with older kids. He does have some sight deficits so he startles easily if people come up on the area he doesn’t see well on. With that in mind he could probably be around small children but it would need to be supervised. He is having trouble making it to the door consistently and has been using a belly band to catch pee-pee accidents. He is being checked for any infection that may be causing this but likely it is due to outdoor living. Moses is also sleeping through the night. He recently had dental work done and is recovering from losing some teeth.
Update: Although Moses has had some continued tummy trouble, he no longer needs a belly band! He is also on pain medication for his joints which has helped him get around much better and his foster sisters are getting to see a much more playful side of Moses!
To find out more about Moses, please fill out an adoption application.