Meet Goliath, a brave and loving pup in search of a special home to call his own. This handsome boy is about to celebrate his first birthday on May 1st, and he's hoping to find a forever family who will cherish him just as much as he cherishes them.
Goliath is a sweet and affectionate companion, but he does face a challenge with epileptic seizures. Despite this, he remains a good-natured and resilient pup, bringing joy to those around him every day. With the loving care of his current family, his seizures have become more manageable, and he's on a steady path towards improvement.
If you're someone who spends a lot of time at home, Goliath could be the perfect furry friend for you. While he appreciates company, he's also comfortable being left alone in a safe and controlled environment. He gets along famously with other dogs and enjoys both playtime and relaxation with his furry pals.
Recently, Goliath's medication has been adjusted, leading to a noticeable improvement in his condition. His ticks have reduced significantly, and sometimes they don't occur at all, thanks to the diligent care and attention he receives from his loving family.
Goliath is not just good with other dogs; he's also great with kids, making him an ideal companion for families of all sizes. With his gentle nature and affectionate demeanor, he's sure to steal the hearts of everyone he meets.
If you're ready to open your heart and home to a special pup who will fill your life with love and laughter, consider giving Goliath the forever home he deserves. Your kindness and compassion could make all the difference in his life.
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