In shelter Dog

Crystal, Minnesota, 55429
Pit Bull Terrier, Labrador Retriever, Mixed
White with Black
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  McNoodles is a wonderful 4 year old, 54 lb sweet, mellow guy, some kind of Pitbull/Lab (or other breed? ) mix.  His life was on the line in a S. Carolina pound and he was brought to our attention by rescue advocates. He is super sweet, friendly, gentle, relaxed.  He seemed to kind of ignore or walk away from another male dog he met at the pound that was far more intense than he was, so we think he is a disinterested peacemaker type but we'd want to further assess him with other dogs, but intially he seems to be very good if not disinterested (which can be a great thing!)  McNoodles is looking for a foster home and/or adoptive home. If you are interested in fostering, fostering to adopt or adopting, please fill out the appropriate form below: In order to foster, you must reside within 40 miles of Minneapolis, MN. If you are not within this radius but are interested in adopting, please fill out the adoption interest application and we can connect you with the foster home when the dog is here and ready to meet families. Adoption fees range from $350-$650 (youngest puppies usually on the higher end, if our vet spays or neuters them. Otherwise, young puppies are $450-$485 if adopter finishes their vetting with a signed spay/neuter contract). Adoption fees for senior dogs are on the low end, all others somewhere in between. All dogs age appropriate vetted: Spayed or Neutered Rabies vaccine DHPP vaccine 4DX test (@8 months or older) Microchipped Dewormed Flea/tick prevention


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