Aaron – 3-4 year old male Cross-Breed

Aaron is a 3-4 year old male Cross-Breed. This helpless little dog has only hope in someone who can take the dog to the UK, out of his current place of living where he suffered so much.

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The teacher in the school where he repeatedly goes every day tells the story about Aaron.

One year ago, the owners of the dog moved out of Macedonia. The dog was left on the streets. The children of that family were students at the school where the teacher worked.

Aaron grew up in a home, has hygienic habits and loves to be in the company of children.

Aaron is the tamest, most grateful, most loyal dog. Aaron came to school every day with the other students, hoping to find the owners.

After the lessons ended, he returned to the closed door where he lived. He faithfully waited for the family to return. Too sad. Children and teachers fed him.

One day they noticed that blood was dripping from his genitalia.

They took him to the vet. The doctor said that he had not urinated for several days and that he had a TVT tumour on his genital organ. His kidneys were in danger of failing.

Aaron started treatment. Aaron also received 4 chemotherapy treatments. He is now completely cured. Please help him, find him home.

His true sad life story is like a movie script. I only hope that there will be a happy ending if someone helps.

No one can stand to see this lovely dog, who enjoys the company of people be alone and so sad. The view from the classrooms of him waiting at the school door is so sad and heartbreaking.

Aaron comes to Wolfie’s legacy on the next transport, he is neutered immunised microchipped and flea/wormed, he has a new passport, and is 4d tested and health checked five days before entering this country. Homecheck and adoption donations apply.

Wolfies Legacy
Wolfies Legacy

For further details about adopting one of the dogs from Wolfies Legacy, please contact Gillian Daghistani by email: wolfieslegacy@outlook.com or telephone: 07886675411.

Please note, Wolfies Legacy specialises in helping dogs who have been abused or are disabled. All dogs rehomed from this rescue are microchipped, vaccinated and spayed/neutered (age dependent). Home checks are carried out prior to adoptions and full post adoption support is offered.

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