Meet Spot! Spot is a beautiful brown-eyed girl ready for some action and adventure! Spot is 3 years old and believed to be a Catahoula Leopard Dog mix. She is up to date on vaccinations, spayed, microchipped, and has completed her heartworm treatment. Spot is a super fun and spunky girl and ready for adoption!
Spot is a true athlete and her agility is impressive! She has some speed and can leap and catch frisbees in the air! Spot walks well on a leash and is highly intelligent, eager to please and even-tempered. With a little patience, she will make great friends with both people and dogs. Squirrels and rabbits better run fast though! Spot is playful and protective. She will gladly curl up on her bed and watch TV with you, and if you let her, she will jump on the couch and snuggle. Spot is crate and house trained and has not been cat tested. She has been around some of the neighborhood kids at her fosters and can be a bit skittish around the fast and loud ones, so kids that can take things slow and calm with her would be great! Spot has some food allergies and eats a pork-based diet with salmon and peanut butter treats. No chicken or beef, please!
Spot is an active girl and looking for active people to spend forever with. If you are interested in meeting or learning more about Spot, dont delay in submitting an application today!
Adoption fee includes the following:
\tDistemper / Parvo Vaccines (includes series of 3 for puppies)
\tMicrochip with prepaid lifetime registration
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