Spotz 393D   

In shelter Dog

Bullard, Smith County, Texas, United ...
Great Dane, German Shorthaired Pointer, Mixed
Lost or found date:
Pet name:
Spotz 393D
Wayne, NJWhen I met my new foster family, kids were watching Room on the broom cartoon. And guess what - they call me this name cause I have room in my heart for every nice human that I meet! To impress them, I am mastering my Sit, Down and Stop commands and getting really yummy treats instead! I might still be rough on a leash but who wasn’t wobbling when learning how to walk nicely as a toddler?You are lucky if you are looking for both a hug and run buddy - I can do both! When my human gives me rubs and hugs - oh boy - it’s even better than treats! I can help you stay fit if you allow me to follow you on your morning and evening runs - how I love them!I am a big boy now and can sleep by myself when left alone on my favorite couch and I will try not even yawn too loud so you my human friend can get a good sleep and be fresh for our morning walk and run!My favorite toys are all hard squish chew toys for a big strong dogs like me, and tug war, and fetch, and a lot more just to be with you.I will cry if you leave me alone but will not do any damage and will stop soon and will take a good nap and be ready for our next walk as a well behaved big boy. Will I get a hug for that when you are back?Now you know why my name is Spotz - cause I can cover many blank spots in your boring life and you will be a one happy human!”For more information, please email us at For an application to foster or adopt, please go to and fill out an app. Thank you so much, we look forward to helping you.


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