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Shay Davis Lonestar   

In shelter Dog

Rockaway, Morris County, New Jersey, ...
Pet name:
Shay Davis Lonestar
Pit Bull Terrier, Labrador Retriever, Mixed
Black with White
Coat length:
Shay and her brother Cherokee were left behind when a tenant vacated a rental property and left them behind. Shay has a friendly personality and is very energetic. She LOVES people and gets very excited when meeting new friends.  She is working on leash training and can walk well when she is calm. She loves to run and is bouncy and playful but she has also been the perfect work from home companion who is content just snuggling up next to you.

Shay may get along with other dogs, having lived with one, but introductions should be made slowly. Shay is a firm NO for cats and has never lived with kids, but after a short stay in a home with a toddler, we know that Shay gets nervous around young kids. She will need to be in a home with maybe teen-aged children or adults only. Shay would do best in a home with a yard & plenty of room for her to play.  A fence would be required because she will not know to return when called right away.  Shay will need a patient family that understands she will need time to adjust to house manners, but he is super intelligent and a quick learner!

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  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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