URGENT HOSPICE NEEDED. Stymie has been diagnosed with megaesophagus and it's probably neurological-muscular related so the prognoses is grim. He will have to eat soft food standing up on his hind legs so that gravity will assist the food to the stomach because there are no muscles to do the work. The first two years of his life he lived in a small pen. He didn't even have a name. Although, since he's been with us he's had more room to run and play and enjoy his pool but he hasn't had his very own home We are hoping that for his remaining time he can know what it is like to be in a loving home. So, we are looking for a very special foster home that will be willing to take on a special needs dog. He is good with most dogs but doesn't like cats. He is basically doggy door trained but will need work on housebraking. We would love to find a hospice home where someone is home most of the time to give him lots of love and attention for the time he has left or has another dog so that he is not ever alone.