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In shelter Dog

San Pablo, CA, 94803
Pet name:
American Staffordshire Terrier
Gary is a sweet, gentle, slow moving dog who was rescued from the Contra Costa County Animal Shelter by Jellys Place. We think he is a Boxer mix and about 9 years old. The Shelter thought he needed surgery on his cruciate ligament, but the Vet felt it was not necessary. He did need surgery to correct a perianal hernia. Gary likes people and other dogs. He walks great on a leash and likes to go for short, slow walks a few times a day. All Gary needs is a soft bed in a quiet, calm and warm single level house or an apartment with a loving family and will be in hog heaven. He will sleep all day if you let him with an occasional potty break. He is very food motivated and but mainly wants to be loved. Gary would do best with an adopter who wants more of a couch companion than a running buddy. But slow walks around the neighborhood are perfect, especially if he gets to a say hello to all of his friends as well as get lots of treats. Gary is neutered, UTD on vaccines and microchipped. Applications are being accepted and approved applicants will be contacted.


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