R escued as a terrified young pup with a huge, festering maggot wound on his back, Pushti would try to bite us whenever we touched him and would hide in a corner of his cage. Fortunately, Pushti’s rescuers spent time trying to make him feel more comfortable with humans, and along with our team members, we gradually persuaded him that being with us wasn’t so scary after all. Now that his wound has fully healed and he is growing to be a strong young teenager, who is friendly but cautious, Pushti is ready to find a home.
However, his nature means that he will flee at the slightest hint of danger, at least until he feels comfortable in his surroundings, so he will require owners with a lot of patience, and a strong boundary to prevent him from escaping. It would absolutely be worth the effort though; he is a darling soul with a lot of love to give.
All animals adopted from HAS are or will be sterilised for free at the ABC and Rescue Centre. It is mandatory and entirely free of cost for the adopter. Pushti's sterilised.