In shelter Dog

Greenville, Greenville County, South ...
Hound, Mixed
White with Tan, Yellow or Fawn
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Dobbie is a 4 months old 25 to 30 lb, male, hound mix looking for his happily ever after. Age and weight are from the first of July.   UTD on shots, micro-chipped and neutered   Dog friendly, Cat friendly, Kid friendly   Cate trained, Working on potty training, No toy or food aggression   Hi, I’m Dobbie. My foster mom says I’m the happiest boy she has ever seen, my tail never stops wagging. I love to play chase in the yard with my dog friends or chew on a bone. I’m you’re typically puppy with puppy energy but I wear out pretty quickly and am content to find a toy when everyone else is tired of playing. I love to be petted on and want to be with you always. I love to be petted so much that I constantly ask for love. I am kid friendly, however I am working on my jumping, I would likely knock over smaller children so older kids are a better fit for me. I’m learning my bark and like to use it when I’m outside so apartment life won’t be the best for me, saying hello is just too much fun. I’ve got the crate training down perfectly but I’m still learning to ask to go potty outside, foster mom says don’t worry I’ll catch on quickly, since I’m a very smart boy. Speaking of smart boys, I already know how to sit! I sit for each meal and whenever I get a treat. I’m curious about the foster cats that live in the house but to be honest, I’m pretty scared of them so I just sniff and move on along. I’m a social, happy, cuddlebug and I can’t wait to meet you, I know you’ll fall in love with me....swipe right!   ADOPT DOBBIE!!!!! The adoption fee is $250.00 and we require a vet check and home visit.


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