Panasonic Camera – Forever Foster

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Panasonic Camera – Forever Foster   |   Male   |   Mixed Breed   |  

Rescue Story:

My Mama came to Zoe's when she was pregnant. We were lucky to be born in warm, dry, safe place. I am now grown up and ready to find my forever home!

Date of Birth: June 2, 2022

Energy Level: High - I am full of fun puppy energy!

Size (adult): X Large

Adoption Fee: By donation

Good with Dogs? Yes
With proper introductions, I am great with other dogs
Good with Cats? Yes
With continued training and supervision I should do okay. I currently live with cats that don't run.
Good with Kids? Yes
With respectful playing, I get along great with kids, but older kids would be best, as I am a large teenage pup and can knock down small kids on accident.

Critter Twitter:

Hey there! I am Panasonic, one of the last 2 Camera puppies to go up for adoption. I am a sweet, teenaged pup that loves to be in the middle of everything. I currently love to run and play chase with my humans and canine companions. I will do best in a home that is physically active, who will take me out on long sniffy walks and maybe a good run. I also will need time to cuddle on the couch and read a good book with my human. I'm smart and learning new cues every single day.

About my Behaviour:

I'm a teenaged puppy wanting to explore all this world has to offer. As a condition of adoption, we must register in a force free training class for puppies. We'll learn so much and bond and I can have some socializing time with other dogs in a safe environment, which is really critical for young pups! Please check out for some great force free trainers!

How’s my Health?

I am neutered, up to date on my vaccinations, dewormed and microchipped.

Zoe's can not guarantee breeds or my size as an adult. DNA test of a sibling showed quite a bit of Great Dane and Wolfhound along with some other breeds.

Now for some important information. I have congenital megaesophagus (ME). Megaesophagus means my esophagus is enlarged and basically, there isn't enough muscle tone to move food from the esophagus to the stomach. To remain healthy, dogs with megaesophagus require small frequent meals. I am fed 5 times per day. I will need to be upright for my meals, so I use a Bailey chair and it will move with me. On top of small frequent meals in the chair, my megaesophagus is also managed with medications. My medication cost about $90/month. My adoption will include Zoe’s reduced vet care for my whole life. With this feeding regime and meds, I am thriving and growing and already am a big boy!

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