Crawford is the teeniest tiniest poodle boy, jam packed with personality and cuteness!
Crawford is hospice due to Advanced kidney disease.
Here’s a note from his foster:
Crawford may be a hospice boy, but he still has plenty of spunk! He bounces around the apartment and has plenty of energy for neighborhood walks. We did a 1-mile stroll this weekend with no problems at all.
He’s super friendly to every dog he meets. He’s good with people, but more on the shy side. He’s usually more interested in exploring his surroundings than approaching strangers.
Crawford is fine with being picked up and cuddled, but will only stay briefly before squiggling away. He likes to constantly keep moving. He follows us everywhere! He does finally settle down at night, and is happy to sleep in a dog bed or snuggled up with us on our bed.
He needs frequent potty breaks, so would probably do well with easy access to the outdoors or with someone who takes several walks a day.
Overall, Crawford is quite the character and is a sweet, fun little guy to have around. Some of his favorite games are "Pick me up, put me down, pick me up, put me down, and "Breakfast tastes better scattered all over the floor.
After being diagnosed with a terminal illness, Crawford is living life to the fullest in our Hospice Program, under which one of our special hospice families has provided him with a loving home and the very best possible end-of-life care. Please wish Crawford well!
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