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In shelter Dog

Portland, OR, 97223
Pet name:
Australian Cattle Dog / Blue Heeler
Tricolor (Brown, Black, & White)
Buckley is a 9 month old Australian Cattle Dog/husky mix. He is very smart, sweet & super cuddly when hes sleepy.

Buckley LOVES all other dogs and should have another younger, active dog in the home as well as a large, fenced yard. He is great at dog parks. He wants to say hi to every dog he sees and tends to pull on leash to get to try to them (and squirrels).

Buckley is fully crate and house trained.

He is extremely high energy and requires a lot of physical exercise & mental stimulation every day. He would be a great fit for an actively family, runner or hiker. He really enjoys a good game of tug of war! 

Buckley knows all the basic commands - sit, stay, heel, down, come, off, wait and up. He has done ongoing training with leave it and drop it but isnt 100% receptive - he can be selective with listening to these commands. 

He is young and needs a new home that will continue to work with him on basic manners, chewing & digging. 

If Buckley could be the perfect addition to your home, please submit an adoption application on our website: furlovehaven.or

** Please understand that we are a volunteer-run organization and we do our best to respond in a timely manner. Due to the high volume of applications, emails & phone calls we receive, we may be unable to respond to everyone.

The first step is to submit an adoption application.

We will review your application and you may be contacted if this animal might be a good fit.

Please be aware, submitting an application is not a guarantee, but if we think you might be a potential fit, someone will contact you within 72 hours.


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