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In shelter Dog

Post Falls, Idaho, 83854
Pet name:
Unknown breed
We adopted Moose from Seattle Humane two years ago. He's originally from Texas and around 6 years old. Moose is about 85 pounds, neutered, microchipped, and up to date on all his vaccinations. He is in good health. 

Moose is a big cuddle bug and always wants to be near his people. He is easy-going and low maintenance (mostly sleeps when we're away at work). He loves snacks, walks, and napping on any soft surface. He does a little happy dance every time we reach for his leash. We've taken him to obedience classes and he knows basic commands. He will rest his head on you and give you lots of kisses. We love him very much and are invested in finding him a good home without an intermediary shelter placement.

Moose recently bit our other dog (who we had first) and because of this, we are not able to keep both dogs in our home. It is with a heavy heart that we are re-homing him. We would keep him if we didn't have three other animals to consider (one dog and two cats). He needs to be the only pet in a household. If you're willing to make him your one and only, he will gladly reciprocate all that love.  **** Breed: Hound/Pit Bull Mix   **** Pet Link:


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