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In shelter Dog

Hanover, MD, 21076
Pet name:
Catahoula Leopard Dog

There, do you see me now?! You may wonder why I have been looking for so long. Trust me, I ask myself the same thing every day. Well, I was initially a stray and waited a long time in boarding just to get into a foster home. The wait paid off, I got out!!! I have been in a foster home for a couple of months and lets me honest, they are a bit obsessed with me. I live with my foster mom, her 11 year old daughter, and two other dogs. I am very "go with the flow." If you want to play, I will play. If you want to nap, I am good with that. I may be a bigger guy, but I am not overbearing. I am actually pretty chill. I am house broken, crate train, and food is just one of my favorite things.

I am neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and have completed fast-kill heartworm treatment. I am happy to say I tested heartworm negative! My adoption fee is $25 locally in Houston, TX or mid-July I can be transported to the PNW area for $200 on July 10th (includes Transport fee and Health Certificate). Fill out an app at


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