Lennon was picked up as a stray, and we don’t understand how he got around on the streets as his legs are very deformed. He was born with severe luxating patellas in both legs, along with other leg deformities. Lennon had one knee surgery, and our vet is unsure about the other knee, so he will see a specialist for a second opinion. Lennon is a sweet, good-natured, velcro boy who bonds easily and loves people of all ages. He is housebroken and has very good house manners. He loves to be right next to his person as much as possible. Pet him and he is your friend for life! He crates easily and sometimes will go into his crate on his own just to nap, as long as you are not far away. He would be very good company for someone who works from home as he is low maintenance and quiet while you’re working and then ready to play when you need a break. Lennon loves to play and will try to get your attention by gently mouthing your hands as you walk by or stand next to him. He plays well with other large dogs and would make a great companion to dogs of all ages as he has good play-energy but is respectful of those who don’t want to play as much as he does. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Watch a video of him here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpCg3TpMcAk&feature=youtu.be
Collar and Leash: E Nelson sponsors a new set of DoberDuds for Lennon. May he find someone who appreciates him for all his great qualities and for how truly special he is.
Sponsors: IDR+ is so fortunate to have such wonderful donors and sponsors like Jane Genzel who makes another generous donation to IDR. This time to help us care for Lennon. We at IDR+ appreciate all our donors and sponsors including the ones listed above.
* Melanie Kowalski donates to help IDR+ with Lennon’s care and expenses.
* Don, Shari, and Sabra Boyd want to split their generous donation between Jane, Brook & Lennon