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In shelter Dog

Campbell, Modoc County, California, U...
Pet name:
Spaniel, Hound, Mixed
Black with White
Coat length:
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Tucker’s owner tragically passed on July 5th and Tucker has been left without a home. 

He is currently with a foster family and is doing his best to acclimate to life without his beloved owner.

Tucker does well with large dogs and shared his home with his husky sister. He used to frequent the dog park when his owner was with him and Tucker had many friends. 

He does well at the groomer and at the vet.

Tucker is a mello, low energy dog. 

He will be happy just hanging out at home and knows to use the doggy door to potty outside. 

He pulls a bit on leash but he is learning to walk nicely with humans. 

Tucker knows sit and paw. 

He is not small animal friendly. 

His owner was elderly and he does really well with low energy people. 

Name: Tucker 

Breed: Hound Mix

Male, Neutered

UTD on vaccines

UTD on flea/tick medication

Good with large dogs 

Never lived with kids but does well with kids he meets on a walk 

Not good with cats/small animals 

Low energy

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