T ossed out onto the street like trash when his owners weren’t able to care for him, (or simply decided they didn’t want a pet anymore), this dear German Shephard found himself all alone and begging for scraps outside a tea shop. Luckily, kind souls spotted him and reported his plight, enabling us to rescue and rehabilitate him. Rudhra had scrotal tumor and skin issues, both of which were addressed promptly and he rebounded in no time. Such a sweetheart, Rudhra loves going for short walks and even enjoys being bathed and groomed. He is good with humans and dogs alike, and while currently requiring a supplemented, nutritious diet to help him maintain his joints, he has no other immediate care needs. This darling boy wants nothing more than to be back in a home environment, although naturally this time, we want it to be a much more loving, safe and permanent one.
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. Rudhra's sterilised.