BoltRescue Me ID: 23-09-06-00063

About Bolt

Adoption Fee: $100
Siberian Husky
Age: Puppy
Sex: Male

Bolt is a very handsome 6-month-old, male-neutered, Siberian Husky. Hes about 45 lbs right now, but still growing. Bolt came to us after having been hit by a car with a broken right forelimb (both radius and ulna). His owner couldn't afford treatment, so rather than put an otherwise healthy puppy to sleep, she agreed to surrender him to us so we could try to not only heal his leg, but also find him a new home. Bolt is an extremely energetic and loving dog. He gets along with other dogs, but needs training to interact well with cats, as he has a tendency to chase them. He needs a home with a suitable fence and lots of exercise! He also needs a patient owner that will potty train him - he is very motivated by treats! He has accidents in his kennel due to our staff only being at the clinic from 7:30 am to 5:30 pm. His fractures have healed thanks to 4 weeks of splint bandaging; however, he does have a mild right radiocarpal joint luxation (dislocated wrist) that may require joint supplements and potentially future treatments (daily medications, etc.) as he will likely be predisposed to arthritis in that joint. So far, Bolt's veterinary care has cost over $1,400, so we are asking for a modest contribution to his care as his adoption fee. He is up-to-date on Distemper/Adenovirus/Parvovirus/Parainfluenza, Leptospirosis, Rabies, Bordetella, and Canine Influenza Virus vaccinations, and 1 free dose of Simparica Trio (flea/heartworm/tick/roundworm/hookworm preventive) would be provided upon adoption.

Contact

Commonwealth Animal Hospital
Mercer County
1058 N. College St, Harrodsbug, Kentucky

859-734-2245

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Compatibility

  • Good with Kids and Adults

Personality

  • High Energy
  • Average Temperament

Health

  • Neutered
  • Vaccinations Current

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