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Stout Terrier Mix Whitewater, WI
- White / Cream, Yellow / Tan / Blond / Fawn
- Coat length
- Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered, special needs.
- Good in a home with
- Other dogs.
- Adoption fee
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Hello there, my name is Stout, because I'm short and stout. Not to be confused with overweight, because that I am not. I'm just about 15 pounds, is all. As a senior gentleman who can't see anymore, I am looking for my forever home! I'm really quite good at getting around on my own, despite my special needs, and I am very good about going potty outside. I get along with other pups, but I might grumble at them if they startle me. They just need to not sneak up on me, sheesh! I haven't been around cats or kids, and just to be safe, I probably shouldn't live with any really small kiddos. I could do well with the older ones, though!
I really enjoy wandering in the yard, but you'll need to be right with me if there isn't a fence, so I don't wander too far. I love sitting on the couch with my human, and being covered up is even better! At night I'll sleep in bed with you and cuddle. You can be the big spoon. I promise to be your best friend and keep you warm on those cold winter nights I keep hearing about! Are you looking for a sweet, little handsome man to bring home and join your family? I promise to be all of those things for you!
Albert's Dog Lounge is a specialty rescue focusing primarily on senior and special needs dogs.
Our process includes an approved application, reference checks, a homevisit, and then a meet and greet with the dog. Adoption fee is $300, ($550 for a pair). Learn more about Albert's Dog Lounge, our mission, and adoption policies by visiting Albertsdoglounge.org.
Begin your application process by copying this link into your web browser: https://www.albertsdoglounge.org/apply
WI Dept. Of Agriculture License Number: 474085-DS
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