Caesar's Vetting
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Friends in Brooklyn found this pup abandoned at the back of their building. Building management wanted to call the police to pick him up but they knew he will end up in the city's high kill shelter. They pleaded and said they would find someone ... More ...

CAESAR HAS DIARRHEA, HE HAS BEEN SLUGGISH,. HE NEEDS TO GO TO THE VET. 

 iFriends in Brooklyn found this pup abandoned at the back of their building. Building management wanted to call the police to pick him up but they knew he will end up in the city's high kill shelter. They pleaded and said they would find someone to take the pup. They had been with this hungry and thirsty pup for 5 hours and no one had showed up to puck him up. A plea was posted on Facebook to ask for someone to keep him for the night as the finders have no space for him. Where Caesar was found

Thankfully Evee Linden, canine behaviorist active in NYC animal rescue and  volunteers for several rescues, stepped up to take Caesar, as Evee had named.  Leah Hoffman drove the pup at 1 am to Evee, everyone stayed up light for Caesar :). Evee confirmed that Caesar is a giant pup of almost 100 lbs, and most probably not even a year old. 

Evee has has a woman looking for a male pup of a big breed, and Caesar seems to fit the bill, Caesar was so hungry and thirsty,,Leah fed him the night before, and Evee says he ate and drank so much for breakfast. As everyone can see, this baby is perfect no behavior issues, 

Evee got a meet and greet with the prospective foster and of course Caesar was taken home. Foster says Caesar has been having diarrhea nonstop and has become sluggish. He will be taken to the vet on Monday September 8. We want to do a complete blood panel on him and to get him neutered. Please help this big puppy who is so good, we cannot imagine why he was abandoned.  Please help us help this boy! 

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