Johnny Carson   

In shelter Dog

Austin, Travis County, Texas, United ...
Pit Bull Terrier, Mixed
Lost or found date:
Pet name:
Johnny Carson
Johnny Carson takes inspiration from his namesake by living to entertain! He's an energetic, lively guy who will always keep you on your toes. He loves to please and make you laugh by doing tricks, showing off his skills, cuddling, or doing some zoomies around you, sometimes even while on a leash! Johnny thrives on physical and mental exercise and would love to be your new active companion. He's even a social butterfly and would love to help you strike up conversations while on the trail, or walking through your neighborhood. He prefers if you talk about him and his stunning good looks, but any conversation will suffice as long as he gets some butt scratches out of it. Johnny is good at home too! Leave him with a puzzle or a kong while you go to work and he'll be ecstatic to greet you when you come home. Once he's got some energy out, he'll cuddle up on the couch and snooze away as you watch your favorite shows. While he loves to entertain, he also enjoys his beauty sleep and will work on his napping skills anywhere he can fit. He does great in his kennel, dog bed, or even your bed if you're up for sharing. Meet Johnny Carson today so he can dazzle you with his skills and good looks! Can't meet him today? Follow him on Instagram @real_johnny_carson until you get the chance to meet him!


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