Snoopy   

In shelter Dog

Sistersville, Tyler County, West Virg...
Breeds:
Australian Cattle Dog, Blue Heeler
Colors:
Black with White
Lost or found date:
06.18.2021
Pet name:
Snoopy
Gender:
Male
Size:
Large
Age:
Adult
Description:
Hi, my name is Snoopy. My owner could no longer keep me, so my brother and I came to the Olive Branch to find a new home. I have never lived inside a home, so I will need taught proper inside bahavior.  On the plus side, I'm a very smart boy, so it shouldn't take long for me to catch on to things. My brother is a year older, and like most younger brothers, I tend to follow his lead. I'm a little bit shy when meeting stranders-dogs or people- but once we get past that I love attention from people. I have never been around small children, but older ones are fine. I've always lived in a fenced enclosure, and don't understand boundries, so i do require a fenced yard. I have been vaccinated, flea treated, and dewormed. I will be going to the veterinarian next week for heart worm/Lyme Disease testing, neutering, and my rabies vaccination. Just a few days for recovery, then I will be good to go! If you would like to give me my forever home, please fill out the adoption application on this website.

Location


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