Black Mouth Cur, Cattle Dog
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Scott is a very sweet boy who can't wait to be part of your family! He loves meeting new people, dogs and even cats. He was born with a congenital disorder which left him with very limited vision in his right eye and required removing his left eye altogether, but he doesn't let that stop him. He is pretty quick to learn his new surroundings, though he will need a little time to adjust! This is especially true with things like stairs, but he is now navigating the stairs in his foster home like a champ. Scott likes to be near his family, but he is also independent and likes to spend time outside enjoying the fresh air. He has lots of puppy energy and wants to play, but he also loves to nap. Currently, Scott does best with scented balls/toys, toys that make noise and tug toys due to his limited vision. He's met many neighborhood dogs and loves them all, and in his previous foster home he lived with several other dogs and really enjoyed it. Scott is working on basic commands (sit, stay, down) and is picking up on them well. He is also learning "careful to alert him if he's about to run into something or reach an incline or decline. He is house-trained, though since he's still a puppy, accidents can happen. He is working on leashing-training and has made some big improvements! While Scott is comfortable enough to eat his meals in the crate, but he's still a little nervous to be closed into the crate. This silly, loving pup is seeking adopters with someone to play with, whether furry or human, and a yard to explore. Come meet Scott today!


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