In shelter Dog

Franklin, Williamson County, Tennesse...
German Shorthaired Pointer, Mixed
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This boy called Mike is a totally loving and hard not to love dog.  But he can be frustrating at the same time!   At about 6 years of age and 75 pounds, this boy is a natural Houdini and so we aren’t even going to try and require a fenced yard for him. He will crate up when told to do so but he hates it.  All this sweet and kind dog wants in life is to have someone to hang out with and love.  If you are a retired person or couple and you want a really good dog to have adore your every step, then You need Free Spirit Mike!   He is a mellow dog but due to the circumstances while in foster care and some changes being made in where he lives, he is a little anxious when he first arrives.   He needs some stability and reassurance and unconditional Love.  He is not destructive is loose in the house and he is housebroken.  He hates storms so he needs some extra  cuddles during a storm.   He is great with young children, adults and does well with other  dogs although he will try to be sure that he is The top dog.   He rides fine in the car and does pretty good on a leash if you have the leash placed just right on his neck.  Mike is handsome and really really needs a final place to land and be loved.  You will never regret loving Mike.  Please email us at ADOPTION FEE REQUIRED. Contact


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