Packer came to us as a stray from another shelter in Upstate New York. This poor guy was wandering the streets until he found himself a nice, cozy Fedex truck to make into a home. After climbing aboard, he was nicknamed Fed and taken to another rescue who asked us to help find him his forever home.

This sweet guy needs a foster home because the shelter just does not offer him the attention or relaxation that he needs. Having been deprived of love and affection for so long, this guy begs for it all times. He does, in fact, have quite a bit of anxiety when left alone and needs a foster that can make him feel comfortable all day long in a new, quiet home.

Packer would be fine with having cats in the home, but is not fond of other dogs. If you are willing to give him the time and love that he deserves in his search for a forever home. Packer also would enjoy going on regular long walks with his new foster! He will reward you for your time and attention with affection and a goofy, toothless smile!

If interested in fostering this sweet guy, apply online at https://www.shelterluv.com/matchme/foster/ACSP/Dog

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