Sogar was one of the 200 dogs that were rescued from the horrific dog farm that we shut down in July of 2018 with the help of violist Richard Yongjae O’Neill.
When he was rescued, he had heartworms, lumps under his chin, and was in need of urgent treatment. However, Sogar is now completely free from those issues, and currently very healthy.
Sogar is now able to enjoy himself, and freely running around with his friends at our dog shelter. Having put his hurtful past behind him, Sogar has now only to meet his family who will take great care of him for life. We’d appreciate everyone for supporting the dogs that were rescued from horrendous dog farms, and hope that they can find soon new loving homes.
Sogar is shy and timid. He frequently barks at strangers, since he gets scared easily. When he was first admitted to our shelter, he wouldn’t even come out of his kennel because he was so scared. He wasn’t very happy when he was approached and touched by people either.
But things have changed now, and Sogar allows people to pat him and has become more trusting than before. He has turned into a friendly dog who loves to have fun with his animal friends, rolling and tumbling on the ground. Our staff is also teaching him that people can be trusted and can become good friends with dogs too.
Sogar will require extra time for you to really get to know him, but when he finds the right family who can offer him a stable and safe environment, he will surely learn to love and connect with people, in no time.
Depending on the breed, the size, and its environment the lifespan of a dog may vary from 12 to 16 years. Sogar is still growing, so we ask you to consider all these aspects if you wish to adopt him.
Please contact our Adoption Center for more details, or start the adoption application process below.