Akita, Mixed
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This beautiful boy is Indy! He is a 10-11 year old Mixed Breed who weighs 44.8 pounds. Indy is a sweet older gentleman who is looking for a home where he can be spoiled in all the best ways. Indy has low vision and poor hearing - both just a result of getting older. He is not fully deaf or blind, but his owner will still need to be mindful of this. Regardless, he is still as happy and sweet as can be. Indy has met a few dogs at the shelter - all of who are low-key - and he did fine with them. Indy's forever home will need to have no children under the age of 12. Indy is excited to find his forever home! If you think he’d be the perfect addition to your family, please fill out an application to meet him. His minimum adoption fee is $265 plus a $12 fee, if 4 months or older, for rabies registration for McLean County residents. He has been neutered, microchipped, vaccinated, heartworm checked, dewormed, and is on flea and heartworm preventatives.To be considered for adoption, you must first submit the application found at: information about this dog's breed(s), visit: Wish Bone Canine Rescue  1303 Morrissey Drive Bloomington, IL 61701           Since its our desire that you have a pet you can enjoy a lifetime of love with you, we take special measures to ensure that the pet is the best match for you and your family.  We require that you complete our online (Please give us 24 hours to verify your information). If you have any other questions, you can reach us by email (preferred) at  Thank you.


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