Dog spent over 10 years chained in back alley, needs a loving home to live out the rest of his days

Louis is a Rottweiler who spent 10 years chained in a back alley to be a guard dog.

When the owner eventually turned him over to the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority of Singapore (AVA), he had several health issues, including a serious ear infection, serious yeast infection and lumps all over his body. The Chained Dog Awareness also said in their Facebook post that he had been reduced to a ‘bag of bones’.

Two fosterers kindly reached out to foster Louis, but it didn’t work out as he had separation anxiety and barked often. He also wanted to go on very long walks (imagine- he never got to go on walks previously 🙁 ), which the fosterers were eventually unable to cope with.

The Chained Dog Awareness posted an appeal on Facebook with a bucketlist of things they wanted Louis to enjoy before his death.

He recently suffered a mild stroke and although he is still mobile, it is estimated that he does not have much time left.

We very much want to give him a life he deserved and have created a bucket list for him, for the last chapter of his life:
1. A home to call his own
2. A soft bed 
3. A birthday party 
4. A visit to Doggie cafe 
5. Massage 
6. A day at the beach
Is there someone out there who is willing to love him when his ex-owner would not?

Extract from the Chained Dog Awareness Facebook post.

Numerous netizens have reached out, offering to buy him a bed, foster him, or take him to the beach. So far, there has not been an update as to whether a fosterer or adopter has been found.

If you would like to help, do PM the Chained Dog Awareness group on their Facebook page, or share the post around! Help Louis out and help him live out his last days in happiness.

Louis was tethered his whole life 24/7 for more than 10 years. Chained and alone at the back alley, his sole purpose…

Posted by Chained Dog Awareness in Singapore on Sunday, March 10, 2019

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