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Boo ADOPTED! Boston Terrier Redmond, WA
- Black , White / Cream
- Coat length
- Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
- Prefers a home without
Meet Boo ADOPTED!
Boo is a 12 year old, recently neutered Boston. He weighs in at only 17 pounds and does not act his age. He came into rescue when his owner became sick and could no longer care for him. He does not have cataracts and just had a dental. Boo is also up to date on his shots. He is mostly house trained. He also will use a dog door. Boo needs a refresher lesson on his potty training because he will mark.
Boo is looking for his final forever home to live out his golden years. He is confident, playful, sweet, loving, and easy going. He is very social and gets along with other dogs quite well. He will chase cats. He loves people and children. He is always looking for someone to play tug or throw his ball. He walks well on a leash with his harness. He knows the commands for: sit, stay, lay down, and go to bed. He loves his walks and lying in the sun.
Boo’s perfect home would be on that is very patient and willing to work with him on his potty training. One that will include him in their family activities, take him for walks and play with him on a daily basis.
If you or your family can provide Boo with a happy, healthy, and safe life, Please contact Vicki at email@example.com .
PLEASE CLICK HERE TO FILL OUT A SEATTLE PUREBRED DOG RESCUE (SPDR) ONLINE ADOPTION APPLICATION .
** GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT ADOPTING **
Adoptions are NOT done on a first-come basis - rather we match each dog's temperament with that of a prospective new adopter as well as the adopter's pets /family situation to help insure more successful adoptions of rescue dogs. Home visit evaluations and reference checks will be required.
Seattle Purebred Dog Rescue (SPDR) is a non-profit 501C3 non-profit charity organization that is run completely on donations. Your donations provide funding for rescued dogs' medical expenses such as health checks, neuter/spay surgeries, worming, vaccinations, microchip, boarding fees and possibly training.