This adorable and ridiculously friendly young dog wants nothing more than human attention, a good squeaky toy and, of course, plenty of playtime! Unfortunately Lupin is also heartworm positive, and while he has successfully undergone the necessary initial treatment this also means he needs to live a low-key lifestyle for the next three to six months until he tests negative. Lupin may have sustained some heart and/or lung damage due to the heartworm disease which could require ongoing care at a private veterinarian. Despite some early hurdles to life Lupin remains amazingly social and silly and would be a marvelous addition to almost any home.
Gallery of Dogs Available for Adoption
Dogs located at The Anti-Cruelty Society
Located at 510 N LaSalle St., Chicago
Dogs located at The Everyday Adoption Center
Located in South Loop PetSmart® Store: 1101 South Canal Street, Chicago
Dogs located at Lambs Farm
14245 W. Rockland Rd., Libertyville