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Pluto   

In shelter Dog

Pottstown, PA, 19464
Pet name:
Pluto
Gender:
Male
Breeds:
Boxer
Date:
09/28/2019
Colors:
Tricolor (Brown, Black, & White)
Size:
Medium
Age:
Young
Description:
Age: 4 years. 
Weight: 62 pounds. 
No history with children, will only be placed with kids 12+
Must have a physical fence
Special Needs: Lame front leg, still able to use it for balance

Pluto is a big handsome 4-year-old, happy hunk of love! This Boxer-Lab mix came to Mostly Muttz Rescue from one of our southern affiliate shelters. The poor guy had been hit by a car, which caused an issue with his leg.

In the care of Mostly Muttz, Pluto was able to receive the medical care he needed and his leg was saved. He still uses the front leg for balance but not so much for bearing weight, so he gracefully distributes his 62 pounds of sleek-black loveliness over the other 3 strong legs.

Pluto is not so keen on other dogs or cats. He does love people; both adults and older children.

While the astronomers are trying to decide if Pluto is a planet or not, THIS Pluto can orbit right into your heart. Please visit https://www.mostlymuttz.org/adoption-application/ to submit an application for Pluto.

Additional adoption criteria: Children in the home MUST be 12 years old or older.

Location


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