In shelter Dog

Euless, Tarrant County, Texas, United...
Pointer, Mixed
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Some pets are in the Shelter and others in Foster homes.  Scroll thru description for preferred contact info!!  Additionally for CATS you  may email  and for DOGS, email       Landers is a young, pointer mix. He’s an energetic guy who will win your heart and never look back! Landers learned and understood how to use the doggie door his first few hours in his foster home. He is such a very smart guy. It only took Landers a week to understand that he needed to potty outside, so he is 100% potty trained! Landers is also kennel trained. Landers is very smart, but he’s also very young and will need someone who is committed to his training. He’s working on learning how to walk on a leash and understanding that not everything is a toy. But, Landers is also very, very smart and will no doubt grow up to be the perfect gentleman! He’s very loyal and loves to cuddle. Landers will do best with someone who can spend lots of time with him due to his energy level. He’s very dog friendly and submissive so he would be a perfect addition to an existing pack. He lives in a foster home with 3 other large dogs. Landers weighs about 45 lbs. if you would like to know more about this gorgeous guy, contact


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