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Black with Brown, Red, Golden, Orange or Chestnut
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Meet Rasta! This 7-year old boy is such a sweetheart. He is very well behaved and knows how to sit. Rasta loves walks but his favorite pastime is playing fetch with a tennis ball! You will hardly find him without one. This sweet boy has done good with other dogs with a proper introduction and we can help with that. Rasta doesn't love the kennel but could also be easily trained how to be outside of a kennel during the day. He doesn't sleep in a kennel at night and does great in his foster home. Rasta can be a little unsure of young kids but with time, trust and patience he will learn that kids can respect him. We are seeking a home with no small children to help set him up for success. Rasta will be a great companion! He is guessed to be Shepherd / Hound, maybe part Beagle but he is large in size, weighing about 80-pounds. Rasta was extremely loved and cared for. His loving human fell ill, and that is how he came to our care. They are trusting we find the best home for him. He does qualify for our Senior for Senior program! If you are 60-years or older and are approved, their adoption fee is 50% off! Veteran or active military, $50 off all dogs!

Interested? Please visit https\:// to complete our quick online adoption application. His adoption fee is $225 which includes: Neuter, deworming, microchip, heartworm test, vaccines and an offer of pet healthcare for 30-days!



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