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Adopt Evander

Male Adult Dachshund

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About Evander

THIS IS A GUEST POST: Please contact the Diana Gray Foundation at directly for additional information. Please note Evander is looking for a permanent home OR a long term foster with serious commitment to adopt, as he is currently already in a foster. The location of adopter must be on the Westside of Los Angeles. MEET THE WORLD'S GREATEST GENTLEMAN. Evander was owned by a homeless man who, sadly, passed away on the streets of L.A. Evander was taken by the police to a shelter and was at risk to be euthanized. This amazing boy was rescued and needs hip surgery and rehabilitation. We are looking for a quiet, restful and dedicated long-term foster home for him while he is recovering. Evander is a social little man with tons of character and personality. An 8 year old, 16-18 lb Doxie mix, he has much cuteness to offer and absolutely loves other dogs. Please open your heart and your doors to an unbelievable survivor, loyal buddy and a legendary soccer champ, who enjoys snoozing on the couch and loves his little walks and cuddle time. Evander has been neutered and vaccinated and is house-trained. If interested please contact directly.

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Shots up to date
Ok with kids
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Spayed / Neutered
Ok with dogs
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