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Billy Goat   

In shelter Dog

Germantown, Washington County, Ohio, ...
Pet name:
Billy Goat
Beagle, Hound, Mixed
Coat length:
Meet Billy Goat. Billy, for short, is a handsome 2-3 year old fella that enjoys being on top of the world - couch back, chair, wood pile, or pile of rocks, you name it Billy likes to climb on top of it. We're pretty sure that in addition to goat, Billy is part Beagle.  He may enjoy checking out the world from above, but that's not all...Billy loves to play with other dogs; he is amazing with kids, especially little kids, and will even tolerate the family cat! He's super smart, athletic, and does well on a leash.  Billy is generally quiet in the house but if he sees something out the window he finds suspicious, he'll let his people know.  Billy, is a medium-sized guy, who weighs 40lbs. Billy Goat’s adoption fee is $200. He is up to date on age appropriate vaccinations, neutered, and microchipped. 
All of our dogs are spayed or neutered, up to date on age appropriate vaccinations, microchipped and if over 6 months of age, heartworm tested and on heartworm preventative in their foster home.

We require an approved application to meet any of our dogs. We do not have a shelter location and will not arrange a meeting without an approved application.

We strive to make sure the bios provided for our dogs are complete and accurate; we do understand that mistakes happen, however, so if you absolutely cannot find the answer to your question in the dog's bio, you can contact us for more information.

We require a home visit for each dog we adopt out, so we adopt within a 2 hour radius of Dayton, OH. If you are outside of this radius, we encourage you to contact your local rescue or shelter.



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