Meet Titan
Animal ID 52602581 
Species Dog 
Breed Terrier/Mix 
Age 6 years 6 months 27 days 
Gender Male 
Size Medium 
Color White/Tan 
Declawed No 
Housetrained Unknown 
Location Large Kennel Area 
Intake Date 5/8/2023 
Why hasn't anyone chosen me for adoption? I hope every day, that today will be the day, someone will rescue me, so I can rescue them right back. Please share to help me find a family and read my bio below to see if I would be a match for you. Please, I have a big heart, lots of loyalty and companionship to offer, and I'm a fun guy. I have up to date vaccinations and am already neutered too. I'm around 5-6 years-old. Love, Titan

Staff and volunteers say I'm a friendly and silly boy, I love playing with my toys, I'm smart as a whip (need a family who can meet my mental stimulation needs, so I don't get bored), I'm energetic (need a family who likes to play and will be able to meet my exercise needs), but snuggly once I've had a chance to get some of my energy out. I have a solid sit. And, those are just a few of my many wonderful qualities.

I have had a surgery during my stay at the shelter.

In late 2022, Titan had a repair of his ruptured Cranial Cruciate Ligament (CCL); also more familiarly know as an ACL tear in people. He is fully recovered now and has resumed his crazy playful ways and silly shennanigans, including running at full speed when it's outdoor time. Although he is recovered, he went a long time from his previous ownership until surgery; therefore he has a bit more arthritis in his right knee for a dog his age. So maintaining him on a daily joint supplement and a lean ideal body weight will extend his surgical repair, and provide for a long, healthy life!
Your veterinarian can give you more guidance on maintaining joint health and healthy weight.

Titan would be best matched to a home with adults or adults and children at least 13 and up due to his current training and energy level (easily could topple a small child with all of his energy and exuberance). We were advised that Titan had lived with cats previously and did fine, but we cannot say for certain how he would be with cats in a home. We believe he would be fine as a solo dog or may be able to be matched with another compatible dog with a similar play style. A meet and greet with a resident dog prior to adoption would be arranged.

The adoption fee for Titan is $140. For all questions about Titan and for more information on our adoption application and process, please email You can also stop by the shelter on 72 Cameron Street in Bath (11 am to 4 pm -except Thursday and Sunday -Closed). Call ahead of your visit (607-776-3039) to affirm Titan's continued adoption availability status.