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In shelter Dog

Harrisburg, PA, 17111
Pet name:
Yellow / Tan / Blond / Fawn
No kids under 12, dog savvy cats.

Good day! My name is Skully, an adult Boxer mix. I was found as a stray about a month ago, not looking so great. Very much skin and bones, also you can see I have a condition called cherry eye. That will be repaired I am sure once I am neutered! In the meantime, I am looking for a home. Due to me being underweight, you can imagine that I adore food. I am grabby and not always up to share what is mine. Can ya blame me? It is best to trade me for something else or let me alone to enjoy my yummy things. This is why it is best that I live with children over 12 years old. I do know sit, but am antsy and the sit doesn’t last very long. I am sure once I get settled in my new digs, I can work on all of this. I am a very affectionate boy, walk well on leash and would make a fabulous pet if you meet my requirements. I was curious of the cat I met, but once I was hit with those little murder mittens, I backed off. It is super important that my introductions with cats if in my new home, be slow and always supervised. As for dogs, I seemed to want to play, but then would grumble if the other dog jumped all over. Of course I will meet any potential doggy pals here before going home. We will just have to see how we hit off! I obviously had a rough start to life, but am ready for a new beginning. If that is with you, ask to meet me, Skully!


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