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Dooby Mixed Breed Madison, WI

  • Young
  • Male
  • Medium
  • Yellow / Tan / Blond / Fawn

About

House-trained
Yes
Health
Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
Good in a home with
Other dogs.
Prefers a home without
Cats.

Meet Dooby

Look at this smiling hunk! Dooby is about 2-years-old and 60-pounds. He spent the majority of his life in a 6x6 kennel at a rural Texas shelter, but is now in a Wisconsin foster home!

He is energetic, happy, rides great in the car, walks well on a leash, can sit & shake, LOVES toys & playing fetch, busy bones, belly rubs, and is crate-trained. He loves to play with other dogs he meets and enjoys running free at the dog park! He is learning "off", so he may knock small children over in the meantime, due to his size and goofy personality.

Dooby is looking for owners who are actively involved in playing and willing to give him space to run. It takes a lot to wear this playful guy out! He loves to be snuggled and cuddled on the couch.

Interested in this fun dog? Apply today at http://www.underdogpetrescue.org/dog-application

**Please note: Our animals live in foster homes throughout the Madison area. We do not have a shelter where animals are available for daily viewing. Applying is the first step in our process.**

Dogs from Underdog Pet Rescue come with the following medical care already provided:
Spay/Neuter
Rabies, Distemper, and Bordetella Vaccinations (as age appropriate-puppy adopters may need to cover some vaccine boosters OR they have the option of bringing the pet to Underdog for complimentary completion of these vaccines)
Heartworm Test (for dogs over 6mo)
Microchip
Deworming
Heartworm and Flea/Tick Preventative
Any other necessary medical treatment as recommended by veterinarian

Our adult dog adoption fee is $275. Our puppy (under 5 mo) is $350. Our senior dog (over 8 yrs) is $250.

*Please note that all breeds noted are estimates or best guesses. We very rarely have information on our animals' actual breeds since they often come to the shelters we work with as strays*

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