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FurBridge, Inc.: Sponsor a Pet Grant Report

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Ryder has come a long way. He has overcome heartworm, multiple surgeries, separation anxiety, and PTSD and has turned into such a wonderful dog.

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Ryder was found in Cleveland, O, his mouth and four legs duct-taped together. He’d been abandoned with no water, food, or tags — and a gaping wound on his face. Ryder has spent the last year recuperating and healing from his heartworm, facial injuries, emotional scars and PTSD, and yet he wags his tail and is as happy as can be. Ryder has been assessed by Dr. Joe as well as our behaviorist and passed with flying colors. This handsome boy is one amazing canine, who is so resilient and is looking for that one furever home to call his own. He is almost 3 years old and has so much love to give. He just loves to be with you for long walks and drives in the car, be your shadow in the house and just be your very best friend. Ryder is good with cats, children and dogs with proper introductions. He is an overall paw-some dog who is looking for that special home with a special family! Meet Ryder:

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