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Pet name:
Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Mixed
White with Black
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Please contact Brandi (, (580) 483-4028 for more information about this pet.CREEK - M, Supermutt, 3-4 years old. This is the dog that tried to neuter himself...
Creek was found dumped in the country with a big chemical burn along his side. He was heartworm positive at the time but has already completed all of his treatment. The heartworm treatment delayed his neuter date, so Creek took matters into his own hands. He hopped a chain link fence and got his "little Creek" stuck in the prongs. After emergency surgery, a stern lecture and some not-so-fun recovery time, Creek is all healed and ready for his forever home!
Creek is *professionally* neutered, kennel trained, potty trained, up-to-date on shots and microchipped. He gets along with female dogs and younger neutered males but does not like adult male dogs, cats or small dogs. He loves to wrestle, play tag, and thrash around with his toys, and he would do best in a home without small children.
If you'd like to meet Creek, please text his foster at 580-483-4028. PRIVACY FENCE REQUIRED for adoption.K


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