I photographed an amazing Pittie a few weeks back, named Booth. He was recently featured in the Examiner in an article they had written regarding before and after stories of shelter dogs. You can see the full article here.
Booth was found as a stray last April, suffering from demodectic mange. At the time, poor Booth had almost no hair, and large purple blisters covered his legs and neck. The wonderful staff at Animal Haven nursed him back to health and I hope these new photos do him justice. He is such a sweetheart and is waiting patiently for his new home.
For more information on Booth, his Animal ID is 01666 and he is located at Animal Haven in Merriam Kansas. Since Booth has been at the shelter for more than 360 days, he will qualify for a reduced adoption fee, which includes spay or neuter, microchip identification, DA2PP C vaccine, bordetella vaccine, rabies vaccine (ages 4 months & up), current heartworm test & preventative (ages 6 months & up), flea treatment, dewormer and 5-pound bag of Science Diet food.