In shelter Dog

Oro Valley, Arizona, 85737
Plott Hound, Boxer, Mixed
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A handsome eye-catching boy with a stunning brindle coat. He is fun, playful, smart, with an equal love for walks and curling up in bed. On a leash he’s strong & loves to chase lizards. As strong as he is, he’s also very tender hearted. He loves to please. He can be a little playfully mouthy when overstimulated & excited, but never aggressive & listens well. He would be a great family dog, protector & good companion for a couple, single person or family with older, respectful kids. He is not good around other dogs so would be suited for a person/family only seeking one dog. His love is people & will be a loyal companion. Gomez has valley fever (a non-contagious, treatable disease) and needs monthly medication to treat it (supplied by his rescue). Gomez currently spends his days cuddled on the couch, going for early morning walks in the wash or hiking in the state park (his favorite place), & sniffing around garden when its not too hot (he prefers to be inside but loves cooler mornings. His adoption fee is $50 Foster and Foster to Adopt opportunities available  Fill in an application at www.lovar.org. or contact admin@saferlifeline.org or call 520-204-4569


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