Lucky   

In shelter Dog

Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, 18360
Breeds:
Unknown breed
Lost or found date:
05/20/2020
Pet name:
Lucky
Gender:
Male
Coat length:
Short
Description:
  If you would like to take me home please complete a Pet Adoption Application   male. 50 lbs. click name to read moreA PRE-APPROVED application is required to meet Lucky. BY APPOINTMENT ONLY Background: Surrender Personality: Slow intros but once bonded..loves his people Cats: No Dogs: Compatible females Kids: No, adults only (not even visiting kids) Energy Level: High Housebroken: working on it Crate Trained : Yes Prey for Wildlife(no invisible fence if high) High Fence required: Yes Best home for this Pet: Lucky has had to adapt to a lot of change in his life. He has done so successfully but will need to be with someone who will give him the time and patience he needs to bond, so that he will be able to adapt again. He should have a calm low traffic home. He really loves one on one time with his people, is very food motivated and loves to go on walks around the lake. Lucky will require multiple meets(by appt only) We do our best to get to know each and every dog at our camp. Their personalities emerge after being with us for a bit and sometimes change. The personality and other information included in the above description is based on what we know currently in the shelter environment. All dogs are up to date on vaccines (Distemper, Rabies, Bordetella), microchipped, spayed/neutered and receive worming, flea & tick medication before they are adopted out. Please note there are some exceptions depending on the condition of the dog. If you are interested in this dog please fill out an online application at https://www.camppapillon.org/dog-application. Once your dog is in your home, they will adjust and relax and could become more playful or show more personality traits as they begin to open up. Once adopted, please allow your dog time to decompress and relax in a stable home environment. 

Location


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