This pint-size pup loves to snuggle and be held, but he also has spunk and will play with just about anything.
Farley- Tied up to a fire hydrant and abandoned by his owner, this 11-week-old pup was left without a friend in the world. A morning jogger happened to notice the tiny pup curled up in the smallest little ball and shivering on the cold pavement and stopped to help. The puppy, now known as Farley, was taken to the Arizona Humane Society and is now ready for a forever home. Not only does this pint-size pup love to snuggle and be held, but he also has spunk and will play with just about anything. That includes stuffed toys, other dogs wagging tails, the cat, or a small tennis ball. He would make a good companion for city dwellers living in a small apartment as long as he’s given a daily walk to burn his energy.
Meet Farley at the Sunnyslope Campus. His adoption fee is $200 and includes his neuter surgery and vaccinations. For more information call 620.997.7585 and ask for animal number A547695.
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