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Pet name:
German Shepherd Dog, Shepherd, Mixed
Brown, Chocolate with Tan
Coat length:
Hugo came to us with his brother Hemi from our friends at the Rescue Network. They were surrendered after their owner developed some health issues and could no longer care for them. Hugo does appear to be a shepherd mix of some kind. He is strong, happy, and playful. He will need to be neutered and this is included in his fee of $125.

Hugo will need some basic training and consistent exercise to keep him content. He loves everyone that he meets and does need to learn some manners as his enthusiasm can get the best of him. Hey! He's young and excited! Hugo has done well with other dogs but we're thinking cats would be a no. Kids over 8 would be best.

We are not requiring that Hugo be adopted with his brother Hemi, but it would be kinda cool.

NOTE:  Adoptions are done via private appointment once an application has been completed and approved. Applications can be submitted at our website,

We are located at 101 22nd St. SE in Austin, right next to the airport. It's exit 180B off of I-90, right off of 218 South.

We do require that potential adopters be at least 21 years old and that any resident dogs be up to date on vaccinations, heartworm testing/preventative, and spayed or neutered.


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