Meet Jamie, the glorious brindle pup who can't run and play with the other dogs at his New Jersey shelter because he has ringworm. A true sweetheart, Jamie came in with a bad case of ringworm that requires medicine and crate isolation while the condition heals. It is not much fun being a three or four-month-old joyous puppy kept inside a kennel all the time!
Liberty Humane Society in New Jersey just knows there is a foster home or adoptive home who can give Jamie a better puppyhood. Ringworm can spread like wildfire in an animal shelter. But in a home, the treatment is much easier to accomplish. It takes four to six weeks. If you have a no-pet home, or a home where Jamie could have his own space for the time he's getting medicine, please come and meet this sociable little man.