I just recently arrived at FOHA and am getting the lay of the land. I have met some very nice people here and I am starting to show them all the great things about me. But there is still a lot for them to learn like how I am with other dogs, cats or kids. I haven’t shown that side of my personality yet. Once I do, my friends at FOHA will help me update my bio. In the meantime, if you would like to come meet me, submit an application and we can set up a time to get to know each other.
The FOHA Medical Team says I need to be neutered before my adoption can be finalized. That doesn’t mean I can’t become a member of your family now. Once the adoption application process is complete, my adoption will be considered a “Foster with Intent to Adopt”. That means I get to live with you and you will take me to one of FOHA’s approved partner veterinarians for my medical treatment. FOHA will financially cover the costs. Once my treatment is completed, we will be able to finalize my adoption and I will be forever yours.
Adam's Medical Information
Adam needs to be neutered prior to finalizing an adoption.