In shelter Dog

Plainfield, Illinois, 62432
Labrador Retriever, Mountain Cur, Mixed
Brindle with White
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Meet Pax! Pax is a 3 yr old Lab/mountain cur mix boy who weighs around 50 lbs. Pax just had a photo session so you guys could see his beauty shine through!  He is a social, happy pup who has 2 foster hound siblings that he runs around and plays with, and he does just fine with resident cats as well. He is very smart, and although he loves to catch a scent and chase, he has pretty good recall. Paxton is by nature part of a pack, and this is where he will be happiest. We need his adoptive family to have at least one other, playful dog in the home (more would be fine as well!) and a fully fenced in yard so everyone can run around and play. Paxton will be very happy with a family who sets boundaries and provides him with consistent exercise, companionship, and care. If you want to meet Mr. Pax, send us an application! The adoption fee of $200 will include spay/neuter, microchip, age appropriate/required vaccinations, treatment for heartworm and any other necessary medical treatment to assure a healthy new pup for your family. Although we do the best to describe breed, since our pups all come from shelters we can make no guarantee. We can tell you that they are 100% RESCUED! If you are interested in adopting/meeting , please visit our website at or you may complete the online adoption application on our Facebook Page Once you complete and submit your dog adoption application we will set up an appointment to meet this pup! *please note that we are a foster home based rescue and we do home visits as part of the adoption process - we are unable to adopt to families who live outside of the Chicago and surrounding suburbs. Thank you for your understanding.


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