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- Spayed / neutered.
- Good in a home with
- Other dogs, cats, children.
Bear is a senior Pug mix, negative for tick- and mosquito-borne diseases. Negative for intestinal parasites. Up to date on vaccinations and Rabies. Neutered, house-trained, crate-trained, friendly with dogs and cats, very affectionate, very bossy. He will weigh a smidgen over 20 pounds when he's done with boot camp at Dot's Really Old Dogs Home (the senior residence of Little Big Dog Rescue). His only medical condition is hypothyroid, which is controlled with inexpensive thyroid supplements. Bear is a small dog but full of personality. He loves to play with a tennis ball, play with other dogs, sleep with his human, take car rides, loves cats, in summary, he loves life! Bear gets episodic bark attacks and just seems to love barking to hear himself and to make his presence known in the world. Bear was found in his home with the body of his deceased owner. He adjusted very well to starting a new life without his lifelong human companion. He is looking for his forever human, could that be you?
Adoption fees are $200 unless otherwise stated. Senior residents of Dot's Old Dogs Home are generally not available for adoption. 100% of adoption fees are put back into the rescue so that another lonely and neglected chained/penned dog or yard-sale dog can be rescued. We are grateful for your interest.
Upon approval, the adoption fee is non-refundable. The fee includes the following: de-worming; grooming (if applicable); heartworm, lymes, ehrlichia and anaplasmosis testing; all vaccinations including rabies; flea and tick treatment, microchipping and spay/neuter.
Please contact us if you have questions about our adoptable dogs, we would love to talk to you!
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