In shelter Dog

Dallas, Dallas County, Texas, United ...
Hound, Terrier, Mixed
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ABOUT ME: Handsome? Oh, why yes I am! Although, I'm more Fred Savage than Fred Astaire. I'm a bit clumsy and socially awkward, but that's just part of my charm. I originally came to the SPCA of Texas from a hoarding situation with a whole bunch of my friends. I can hang with other dogs just fine, but new humans and situations can be kind of scary. I'm a low-key dog who just wants a quiet home where I can chill and sleep in my crate and a backyard where I can be on squirrel patrol. I give little nose boops to let you know when I'm ready for some petting and love.MY HOME: I will need a home with a securely fenced in yard. I can walk on leash, but it's a scary world out there! I prefer to stick close to what's familiar. A woman in the home would also be great but not required. Everyone in the home will be required to meet me before I go home.KIDS: No, thank you! I'm looking for a home with Adults Only! DOGS: If they're cool, I'm cool. I've spent my whole life surrounded by other dogs, so I'm kind of indifferent. If your dog is as laid back as me, bring them to meet me so we can be sure that we're compatible. I've lived with other dogs in foster homes and we got along well.SPECIAL NOTE: Eligible adopters get to take me on a test drive through a trial adoption! The SPCA of Texas will provide all behavior and medical support while I adjust to my new home. Copy/Paste this URL to your browser for more cute videos and photos of me:


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