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Sprocket   

In shelter Dog

Canton, Hartford County, Connecticut,...
Pet name:
Sprocket
Gender:
Male
Breeds:
Hound, Terrier, Mixed
Date:
07/14/2021
Size:
Large
Age:
Young
Description:
Mark your calendars because the day you meet Sprocket will be a day like no other.  He is a total goof with lots of personality.  Sprocket is a 1 year old hound mix at around 50 pounds.  He has the heart of an explorer and loves to run around and play.  Sprocket is a boy that will keep you on your toes.  He has a high energy level and it is easy to see that he works it off by running and playing then running and playing some more.  He also loves to play with his toys. He is sure to be a great addition to an active family.  Hikes, jogs and runs are things he would love to do with his humans.  Sprocket does well with other dogs but has not had the opportunity to meet young children or cats.  He enjoys attention and affection and would love to have that every day with his family.  All of his house, crate and leash training are in progress.  It is ideal to start off with one small step at a time with training and Sprocket will gladly follow.  He knows his family will show him the ropes, become a master and put training behind him.  It will take time and commitment but Sprocket is ready and willing.The ideal family for Sprocket would be one that is committed to providing him with lots of love, daily exercise, training and socialization.  Once all those elements are in play, he is sure to become the great canine companion he was meant to be. He is sure to make his family proud. Sprocket offers lots of love, fun and laughter as well as a great canine companion and a BFF for life.  Sprocket's adoption fee is $450. That includes the cost of spaying/neutering, up to date vaccinations, foster care, rescue, and transport fees. To get the ball rolling, head over to our Adoption Application and submit your application today. A Dog Star representative will contact you within 24 hours. To help speed up the process, contact your vet and give them permission to speak with us.If you do not get a response within 24  hours, check your spam folder. 

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