6 years old. 72 lbs.
Jeep- just arrived from a TX Blood Donor program. There's something especially sad about an 6.5 year old dog who's done nothing his whole life but live in a cage making money for people - first by pushing his young body literally to the breaking point while racing, and then by being bled for years while known only as #96.
His foster family says, 'He's fabulous! He's such a sweet dog! He's so kind and loving. He fit right in around here. He enjoys playing with my dogs, and laying on my feet. He's alright just hanging out by himself for a while and then wandering back in to say hello. He's great with our daughter, and lays in her room with her.
I don't think he needs a crate. We have a baby gate so he stays in the laundry room while we're gone. He has lots of fluffy blankets to sleep on. He's been eating VERY well, several times a day, sometimes helping himself by sticking his head right in the bag!
He has not been cat-tested yet.