Spartans recovery was relatively fast. He came into our home an angry and stinky mess with bloody scabs on one side of his head. He was stressed and very wobbly when he walked. He gladly ate his dinner while moaning and grunting- but then quickly returned to his crate and bed.
Within the next 12 hours or so, Spartan was ready to let us take care of him. His happy wagging tail showed us that he was most definitely a people dog and he very much appreciated being waited on hand and foot. He quickly began to trust us and showed no aggression towards any of us.
He’s slowly warming up to our resident dogs. I’ve also been able to bathe him and attend to his wounds. As soon as Spartan is strong enough, he will get neutered and be available for adoption.
Spartan will be neuteured and is microchipped and up to date on vaccinations. If you would like to meet Spartan, fill out an application and a volunteer will get back to you.