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Alder GH-1036

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Meet Alder, affectionately called Aldi!

He is an international rescue that recently made his way from Okinawa, Japan to the USA courtesy of some very dedicated military families that volunteer with the doggies inc. rescue. He was picked up on the streets in Japan, and his future was looking very uncertain until the Doggiesinc team contacted GoldHeart, and set the remarkable rescue chain of events into action that got this sweet boy to the USA to enjoy the good life in a GoldHeart approved foster home.

Aldi is estimated to be about 5 years old, and only weighs 30 pounds, so he definitely needs to put on some weight (we believe he is a Golden-Shiba Inu mix and should weigh closer to 40-45 lbs). He is Heartworm positive and has started treatment, and after he is healthy enough, he will be neutered. His foster home is working through these and a few other issues. He is doing his best to charm the little golden lady in the house and is getting used to the good life.

We will post interim updates on Aldi’s progress to wellness, so be sure to check back on this sweet little boy.

Think you may be interested in Aldi when this bio is updated that he is ready to start looking for a forever home? To inquire about Aldi or any available Goldheart dog, you must be an approved GoldHeart adopter.

If you are not yet approved by Goldheart, and are in our SERVICE AREA, please complete an adoption application athttps://goldheart.org/adopting-a-golden/adoption-application/. There is a $30 non-refundable application fee that must be received before the approval process starts. The approval process can take several weeks since we rely on an all-volunteer support network to process your application, conduct the home visit, and check references. If approved, you can then inquire about Aldi when this post is updated that he is looking for a forever home, and you can also inquire about any other available dog.

 

 

 

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