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UPDATE 4/7/17: Drexel is safe in board and train and will be available for foster 5/1/17
*URGENT URGENT URGENT* DREXEL WILL DIE if we cannot find a foster home for him! His days are numbered at the shelter, we HAVE to have placement for him by 4/14/17. He is a staff favorite but there is no more room in the kennels. THE SHELTER LOVES DREXEL SO MUCH THEY HAVE SENT HIM TO A DOGGY TRAINING CAMP AT THEIR EXPENSE!!! They even did research to find a positive reinforcement trainer (with NO shock collars or prong collars) with Corso experience!!! Drexel was found as a stray and taken to a New Jersey shelter. They have given him great care, neutered him, given him his vaccinations and even removed a mass on his shoulder (which was benign). He is a big fluffy boy who is fabulous with people and loves to play ball. He needs work with not walking HIMSELF on the leash and being less mouthy. He tends to think the leash belongs his in mouth so we can control the walk!! He lived very briefly in a foster home with another large dog and a cat, although he would need more time to determine if a home with kitties is the best fit for him. We need an approved foster or adopter to step up for this big guy before its too late for him!! The vets have estimated Drexel to be 4-5 years old.