Meet Traveler....the Duck Dog that has proved "all who wander are not lost!" You see Traveler had a home and was kept outside but would jump his fence multiple times a day to travel or wander the neighborhood to go visit friends that lived within an 8 block radius of his home. He liked wandering his neighborhood because he loves people and the folks he would visit would feed him and give him lots of pets. The City tried to catch him on multiple occasions but was unsuccessful. However, as Traveler started to age he began to slow down and the City was able to follow him home one day and asked the people at the home if he belonged to them. They denied ownership so the City captured Traveler and took him to the shelter. Lucky for Traveler the people he would visit on his neighborhood trips followed his story and rallied around him to make sure he got out of the shelter. One of those people was a Duck Team 6 volunteer and because she was able to find someone to foster this sweet boy, Traveler became a Duck Dog.
Traveler is a beagle mix and weighs just under 60 lbs. He does well on a leash and likes to ride in the car. Originally, when we first took Traveler in, we thought he would need to be in a home with other dog companions but have since learned that Traveler likes cats as well as dogs, but most of all, loves people, including children! One of his best friends is his neighbor's daugher, Molly. Traveler likes all people but we have noticed he has an affinity for women - we can only assume he thinks he's a real ladies' man....or ladies' dog - LOL!
These days, Traveler enjoys toys, dog beds, and being a couch potato. He's a pretty chill dog at almost 8 years of age and is looking for a forever family to allow him to live his best life. If you think Traveler is the companion for you, please email email@example.com and we will be happy to introduce you!
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