Titan is a stunning sweet boy that came to us when he was only 12-weeks old. Too sick to go into a home, he was nursed back to health! Now, he is about 1.5 years old and just over 50 lbs. He is healthy as can be too! Titan gets along with other dogs and loves the company of humans and his fellow canines. Extremely sweet, quiet, and fun loving, he would make a wonderful addition to any home! Titan loves to romp around in the yard, hike, walk, and LOVE. Since he is a sensitive boy and his feelings are easily hurt, he would do best with a female canine companion. Please consider adopting of fostering this angel today!

If interested please email us at twentypawsrescue@gmail.com or info@twentypawsrescue.com. **Due to a gmail glitch, we lose some emails. So if you do not hear back from us please follow up! We respond to all emails!**

Below is more about how he came to us.
Desperate for help, one of the vets we work with called us. Titan, a 12-week-old puppy, was found abandoned in an apartment. His former ‘family’ packed up and moved out. They seem to have left one very important and precious thing behind, this little boy! Tragically, this was no accident. They intentionally left Titan behind to die. The day after the landlord found him in the apartment, Titan was vomiting, lethargic, anorexic, and clearly ill. The landlord brought him to our vet to have him euthanized. In a fighting effort to give Titan a chance at life, the vet chose to call us before committing the ultimate irreversible act. There was no hesitation, we happily took this baby under our wing and asked the vet to do all they could to help this angel. Today Titan is a Twenty Paws dog and has us to fight for him. Diagnosed with Parvo, he lived in the vet’s office and received round the clock care and observation. Now he is in a temporary foster home with one of the vet’s staff members. However, this is very temporary. Now that Titan is 100% healthy, he is ready for a home and life again!


  • Name: Titan
  • Age: 1-2 years old
  • Loves: Humans, children, and dogs
  • Health: Neutered, Vaccinated, Microchipped