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Cappy JGM Australian Cattle Dog / Blue Heeler & Catahoula Leopard Dog Mix Von Ormy, TX
- Gray / Blue / Silver , Merle (Blue)
- Active, playful, Sweet
- Coat length
- Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
- Good in a home with
- Other dogs, children.
Meet Cappy JGM
You might want to sit a spell because I have a long story starting with how I got my name. The resident cat saw somethin’ wriggling under the deck one evening that looked like a rather large rodent, maybe a capybara, which is way better than being thunk of as a chupacabra. Foster Mom went to investigate to see what had kitty so interrrrrested. I was not a large exotic rodent, but still a very similar weird name, a Catahoula. They believe I am mixed with Australian Shepherd, because I have a bit longer fur than a Catahoula and my ears are mostly perky not flippy.
Look into my eyes…you are getting very swleepy. I heard my eyes are like a hippo’s and I could hippoeyes you right to sleep. My eyes have a marbled glaze of ice blue and amber. That is common among Catahoula and it is called heterochromia (yep, got that spelled right and everything, thank you google). I weigh 49.8 lbs on the date of my neuter surgery. Sayonara to my man parts. Since I am only 8 months old, I will still grow a bit more and maybe end up in the 60 pound range. My Catahoula grey merle coat can be used for ink blot tests to see if your friends see anything sketchy, all I see is bacon.
You can also have bunches of fun with me and take me anywhere, because I enjoy vehicle rides, much better than my previous ride known as the patamobile. I jump right up in the cab excited for an adventure. I am an avid eater and welcome food and water with much graciousness as I am so relieved to be catered to. I get along with most of the 9 dogs at my Foster Home, but there are two male dogs here that see me as a bit of a competitor so they aren’t always nice to me. The ladies love me….hey maybe that is why the men folk are jealous.
Foster Mom says to tell ya she reckons I should get a home with an energetic youngster to keep me busy, otherwise you will be responsible for burning off my energy. My favorite-est part of the day is when Foster Mom and Dad get home and play with me. When they aren’t home they keep me in a crate, because they have seen the way I chew up toys and they don’t want their household items suffering a similar fate.
When I was first found under the deck, I was hiding out and feeling sick, because a rattler snake had bit my leg. My Foster Mom took me to the Vet and they gave me medicine and said I am one tough cookie to survive a rattler. I am still waiting for that cookie they speak of. I also had fleas and ticks nipping at me, goodness, one would think my blood tasted like chicken fried steak the way all critters kept sinking their teeth into me.
Foster Mom says I sniff the cats “a little too hard”, so for right now she recommends a home without cats, because my interest in them seems a little too eager and she would not trust me alone with one. Gosh can’t a guy take a sniff! It was after all a cat that rescued me. Foster Mom wouldn’t never saw me under the deck if the cat wouldn’t clued to her that something was under there. It wasn’t a rat, it wasn’t a chupacabra, it wasn’t a capybara, but it was a Cappy. If you would like a happy Cappy to be your dog, please apply.
GOD'S DOGS Rescue, in San Antonio TX, does not have a shelter - Our dogs are raised in foster homes in the San Antonio area. Each dog comes spayed or neutered, up-to-date with age appropriate vaccinations, microchipped, heartworm tested and are current with monthly flea/tick and heartworm preventatives.
ALL OF THIS IS INCLUDED IN THE Local ADOPTION FEE OF $250.00 FOR PUPPIES and $200.00 for ADULTS. (Local is in the state of Texas). Medical records will come with each dog at the time of adoption.
IF THIS IS AN OUT OF STATE ADOPTION, TRANSPORT TO YOU is included in the adoption fee of $500.00 for PUPPIES and $400.00 for ADULTS. We transport all over the country!!
Our dogs are socialized, and we try to provide you a good understanding of the dog’s personality. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about adopting one of our dogs and puppies or fill out an adoption application at http://www.godsdogsrescue.org/adopt/adoption-application/
Please visit our website http://godsdogsrescue.org/ for helpful information re: transport, our adoption process and application, volunteering and fostering, and photos of our dogs/pups looking for homes!!
Thank you for wanting to adopt a rescued dog, their LIVES depend on it!
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- Australian Cattle Dog / Blue Heeler
- Gray / Blue / Silver
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