10/21/16 Due to Dory's declining health and mental state, his foster family felt his quality of life was less than acceptable. He was surrounded by his close family and rescue friends.
2/13/15 Due to his blindness and deafness, Dorrey will be moved to permanent foster with his current foster parents. He's a sweetie who knows his environment and wouldn't do well anywhere else ;-o).
Meet Dorito! This little nacho cheese colored fella was a stray pulled from a shelter. Little Dorito was severely thin & matted, as well as vision impaired. Here is an update from his foster mom:
Dorito, whom we call Dory is a terrific little guy. He has put on some weight since coming to stay with us and is no longer skin and bones. His favorite thing is to be with you. He will lay in your lap as long as you will let him. He likes ear rubs and belly rubs, a soft doggie bed and good things to eat. He is not a big kisser, but every now and then you will get a little kiss or a little swipe of the tongue. He does have some visual impairment, causing him to bump into things. Dory goes outside but occasionally get's confused but seems to respond to loud clapping. Older children or adults only might be best for him.
I would not recommend him if you have stability problems as he stays right with you, so you need to be aware of where you are walking. He is NOT aggressive, and the only concern with smaller children is that they could startle him or fall over him as he doesn't realize how close he is or that he should move over. He is a sweet little guy that is looking for that special family to shower his love on and receive it in return. He doesn't play fetch, but he will walk with you (not at a real fast pace as he loves to sniff) and be absolutely loyal and grateful for the love and kindness of a forever home.
His adoption fee is just $150.