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In shelter Dog

Media, PA, 19063
Pet name:
Tricolor (Brown, Black, & White)


 This approximately 6 year old Big boy is loved by all who have met him either at the shelter or transporting him or at the vet. 
Auggie  is potentially an Entlebucher mountain dog mix who weighs around 84 lbs.

Auggie loves people and is the best snuggle buddy in the world. He loves to lay the couch and snuggle, he is very friendly with people and a big fan of treats. He can be leash reactive when meeting  other dogs he sees on the street, but is okay with dogs when he meets them in the home or a fenced yard.

 Auggie is definitely down for a long nap, or to roam in your backyard chasing squirrels! If you have an extra blanket, he would appreciate being wrapped up like a burrito! He is a good eater, and lets you know when he has to go potty. He understands a firm no, but can get a little anxious when he hears unknown noises which we believe is due to him being used for hunting and then disgarded.
Overall Auggie the Doggie is a sweet soul who just wants all of the belly rubs you can give. 
Auggie would thrive in a home with a fenced yard where he can mosey around and a calm dog as a buddy to help him feel less anxious. 

Please contact Christine at if interested.


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