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In shelter Dog

Phoenix, AZ, 85028
Pet name:
Black Mouth Cur
Yellow / Tan / Blond / Fawn
Coat length:
Meet Juno!  This dignified man is one of our project dogs who was rescued in the summer of 2019 from a rural area. He was skinny, dirty, and starving, covered in mud and no one was caring for him. After a Good Samaritan reached out to HARTT in hopes we could help get this scared boy, we immediately jumped on the case and safely rescued him. 

It does not appear that Juno ever lived inside of a house until he came to HARTT.  The sights and sounds of living in a home, made him nervous.  He would pace and not settle.  Over time he has begun to gain confidence and the sounds no longer wake him from his nap.

Juno loves the companionship of other dogs, he just doesnt know how to be a "dog".  He would thrive in a home with a "mentor" dog to help Juno keep building his confidence.  He is learning that playing with other dogs is fun, but he still does not quite grasp the concept of toys.

He isnt ready for walks or a busy household, but if you have a calm home, social dogs, and are willing to work with Juno, he will grow.

Juno is about 3 years old, neutered, vaccinated, and chipped. 

If you are interested in Juno, email us or fill out the online application at:

To learn more about HARTT and see Junos progress go to:


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