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Labrador Retriever, Belgian Shepherd Malinois, Mixed
Bolt is rescued from a hoarding situation. He and his sister Star are playful but still a bit cautious of humans. But they allow us to touch both of them. Bolt is a fast boy and likes to sneak out behind you when opening and closing doors and gates. We think it is a game for him because he does not go anywhere. With training, Bolt will be an excellent companion for outdoor activities and snuggling on the couch. He likes to sleep in his crate.  He gets along with all dogs and people. 

He is a unique blend of  25% American Staffordshire Terrier, 12.5% Chow Chow, 12.5% Labrador Retriever, 12.5% Border Collie 12.5% Belgian Malinois, & 25% Breed Group(s). He is very smart and active.  

All dogs and puppies are fully wormed, receive rabies and core vaccinations, microchipped, behavior assessed with other dogs and humans (sorry, no cat testing is done here), spend a minimum of 3 weeks free-ranging within a pack of 30 dogs to grow confidence and trust and may have DNA results. All dogs receive lifetime behavior support and can be returned anytime without a fee.  ​

PLEASE NOTE: You MUST complete an adoption application in order to see or adopt a dog from us. The completed adoption application ensures your 'spot' in order of adoption. Emailing/calling with questions will delay your adoption process. 



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