Hello, I'm Foxtrot

Status: Adopted
Animal Type(s): Puppies
Gender: Male
Approx. date of birth: October 2017
Breed: Mixed
Current location: Edmonton Area
Good with kids: Yes – Likely good but nippy as I am a pup, and not a fan of loud noises.
Good with cats: Unknown – Most puppies are good with cats if introduced properly.

Hi, I’m Foxtrot, but you can call me Fox for short.  Weird name right?  Well foster mom wanted to name me Foxy since I look like a baby fox, but it turns out I had the wrong sent of equipment so here we are.

Let’s get one thing straight – ya, I’m pretty flippin cute.  But my eyes are up here.  Focus.

I had a rough start to life.  My foster parents got a heads up about a litter of puppies in a rural community, and so they packed up and drove for what seemed like forever to come find me.  When they finally made it there, it was a pretty sad sight, as I was the only one left.  They don’t know for sure what happened to the other 3 siblings that were supposed to come with me, but they are guessing by what I looked like when they got a hold of me that they were no longer with us.  It was really sad for my foster humans.

You see, I am literally skin and bones.  Malnourished isn’t really an adequate term for this fella and so I will be staying with my foster folks for some time to put on some needed weight and get healthy.  That said, I have already started to show my personality.

I love to talk, and I am not afraid of telling you where to go and how to get there.  If you can’t handle a little ‘tude in your life, I am not your guy.  But at the same time, I am very loving.  I haven’t been able to meet too many people yet (some BS about a quarantine – I know right) but those I have I absolutely adore, both big and small.  Loud noises do scare me though, so really young excitable two-leggers may overload my now privileged disposition.  But if you treat me nice and let me sneak a nibble on your toes, I will follow you around happily all day er’ day.

Same with dogs – although I like to say hi with these pointy puppy teeth o’ mine, and the resident male law-dog has told me off more that once for it.  I am kinda stubborn though and am slowly winning him over, and the two resident females swoon over me. Obviously.  I mean look at me.

HEY!  I said focus.

I’ve never met a “cat” or whatever my foster dad keeps saying, but I am young and friendly and I am sure I would be fine.

It’s going to take me a week or two to write up enough new material to win over some of you interested parties, so keep an eye on my profile and when it shows up (and only then please!) hit that application button!  Talk soon peeps!



Please note: If other cats/dogs in your home are not spayed/neutered, we will deny your application. SCARS exists due to lack of spaying/neutering and it is our goal to end this cycle. If there is a documented medical reason for your animal to not be spayed/neutered, we will work with you.