A Shelter Full of Hope and Promise




Breed: Lab/Collie/Pitty Mix 
Gender: Male
Age: 1 year old
Size: Medium
Where you can find me: At WAG


Energy Level: High, depending on the day Very High! 
Training Goals: Mandatory Training session booked in with a WAG approved trainer post-adoption
House trained? Yes
Kids? 15 years+ with proper supervision
Cats? No, I like to chase things!
Dogs? Yes
Medical Needs: None at this time, but will need to keep a close eye on his liver health 

About Me:

-I arrived at WAG deathly ill from liver failure from ingesting something poisonous – they thought I would not survive!

-I am a fighter though, and showed everyone by making a full recovery – my liver is completely back to normal.

-I am very energetic and could adventure with you all day long. I am an athlete!

-I love toys and to play tug.

-I have made a few dog friends and WAG and we like to play hard!

-I do not like being left alone in strange places, and am very sneaky when it comes to escaping!

-You may need to meet me a few times before we are friends, but it doesn’t take too long!

-I am nervous meeting new people, but when they have treats and are gentle and patient, it does not take me too long to trust them.

-I like girls more than boys!

-I am a big puppy who almost lost out of life and am making up for it now!

My Perfect Match:

-Is willing to take a few trips to WAG to get to know me before taking me home.

-Patient with me on our first few meetings – I will probably be scared of you at first!

-Is super active and wants to do lots of training with me or even something like agility!

-Gentle and kind.

-Loves snuggly, sweet, and sassy boys.

-Will continue with my training and take me on adventures.

-Will love me forever no matter what!

My Story:

Not too much is known about my life before I came into WAG's care other than I had a family that loved me. I was brought into the shelter and the staff's main concern was my health, I had not been feeling well for a few days and had stopped eating when I was surrendered to WAG. After lots of care and tests, my blood work showed severely elevated liver values with non-regenerative anaemia. I  was in the end stages of liver failure and it is most likely due to ingesting something extremely poisonous over a week ago. Despite this, I am such a sweet and happy boy, whose appetite was almost completely gone, except for roasted chicken, so after careful thought, WAG staff and Dr Armstrong agreed that despite my condition and it was a (very) long shot, we just had to try treatment! I was brought back to Eagleview Veterinary Clinic and was hospitalized. After days of hospitalization, I made it! Now I am at the shelter and have my puppy energy back! This has been a HUGE change for me and I can be a little shy to meet new people, after some encouragement though, I come around pretty fast! My recheck went great, my liver is looking awesome, while this is no longer an issue for me, my forever family should be diligently checking my liver health.


If you cannot adopt me at this time please consider making a donation to WAG, I was part of WAG's Critical Care program, without which they would not have been able to save my life or the lives of so many others!