Tiger   

In shelter Dog

Town of Glen Haven, Wisconsin, 53810
Breeds:
Hound, Mixed
Colors:
Lost or found date:
07/10/2021
Pet name:
Tiger
Gender:
Male
Size:
Large
Age:
Adult
Description:
The big, happy, dorky dog in this photo is Tiger. Named after the exotic jungle cat, except this Tiger isn't particularly exotic and would rather chase a ball or nap on his bed at your feet than prowl the savanna. Actually he is a hound/Lab mix according to the family who surrendered him. He isn't little and fluffy either. Maybe that explains why this goodest boy has had no one ask to be his forever home. Yes, it makes him sad. He is potty trained, loves people and is super easy. Tiger loves casual walks and is crate trained. He is a good and loving boy who would adore having a family all his own, but is okay with other well mannered dogs as long as they don't try to take his food and treats until they become buddies.He mostly ignores cats. Your friends will never suggest that you enter Tiger at Westminster should you be lucky enough to adopt him, but they will tell you what a very good boy he is all the time. Please share so Tiger can find his way home. Apply at www.diamonddogsrescue.com To adopt this dog, please complete an Adoption Application. If you would like to foster dogs for us, please complete a Foster Application.

Location


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