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BURT   

In shelter Dog

Carroll, OH, 43112
Pet name:
BURT
Gender:
Male
Breeds:
Boxer
Date:
07/11/2022
Size:
Large
Age:
Adult
Description:
Burt is a happy, playful, people oriented "pogo stick" who is looking for a good balance of exercise and couch time in his future.  Burt came to us by way of the Perry Conty Dog Shelter as an unclaimed stray with heartworm disease.  Burt has been treated for heartworm disease and was a poster child for  both treatment and recovery as he didnt mind his crate rest, he LOVES to snuggle in bed, and he really doesnt care about not "playing" outside as long as his person is willing to "rest" with him.  Burt is a great traveler and actually a nice leash walking companion.  Burt has done well with dogs of all sizes and accepts that some times, the biggest dog with the smallest attitude gets the smallest bed because the smallest dog with the biggest attitude has laid claim to the big beds.  Burt is crate trained and very housebroken, to the point he made himself sick from trying to hold it when he went back to the shelter for adoption … hence why he is back in his foster home.  We estimate this guy to be about 5years of age, about 55-60lbs at an ideal body condition, and is an all American mutt with both Lab, Boxer, and Pit Bull features if we were to guess on his genetics.  Adoption fee $200

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Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
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?Arbor has come so far since he was initially dumped on a country road in the middle of winter with four siblings with no food, no shelter, and no reason to trust a human. While not social or leash broken initially, all of these dogs have come around beautifully although still a little shy at first and are true to their breed! Arbor is an energetic teenager with long legs and speed but he’s not “crazy” … he doesn’t need constant entertainment or stimulation and he very much enjoys just being outside. He is very food motivated and very eager to please. He still shows some occasional food guarding so eating by himself is recommended. He walks nicely on leash and does very well with routine. He’s crate trained and housebroken. He rides well in the car. Arbor is estimated to be about 2yrs and he is about 40lbs. Adoption fee $250

No small children due to herding tendencies


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Any vaccinations/boosters due after adoption is finalized will be the new owners responsibility. All animals are current at time of adoption but in some cases a booster series is required or a vaccine cannot be given due to age and cannot be completed prior to adoption

Our adoptable animals come to us from various sources, the most common being from an animal shelter who is unable to handle their physical or mental needs in the shelter setting but believe with the appropriate care, they can become adoptable

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