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HOMER is between 2 and 4 years old, black.  He was being chained outside because he hopped over the small fence all the time.  A dangerously fast moving highway is just outside his yard.  The neighbors have threatened to shoot him and mean it because they have already killed one of the owner's dogs for just walking close to the fence line!


Homer has a large wound on his leg from unknown sources which is being tended to.  He is real tall and very thin with elbow calluses.  He likes to lean into you and snuggle in your lap, a little bit hard because of his size.  He is affectionate, sweet and calm and gets along with dogs.  He tugs at your heart because he was just in the wrong place.  He will be a loyal companion in a Dane home that will take care of him properly.

Update on Homer:

Homer is feeling lots better since he's had a bath, is allowed to live inside in the cool air, unchained, and is getting good food every day.

His wounds are healing including one of the worst calluses we've seen on an elbow.  He is coming out of his shell, looking for affection from everyone.  He is good with other dogs and is quite the calm boy.  He is very afraid of riding in the car which leads us to wonder if he was thrown from one.  He will get over his fear when he realizes he gets to "go for a ride" with his people and not get hurt.  He is doing well in his foster home with the other dogs and with the cats.  More on Homer as we learn from his foster home.....