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In shelter Dog

Fort Thomas, KY, 41075
Pet name:
German Shorthaired Pointer
Brown / Chocolate
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Fitting name, dont you think? Whos loving life right now?! ....THIS GUY! 

Im only 3 years old and spent a good chunk of that time at the shelter. My foster mom cant figure out why because Im pretty chill in the house, and outside I can get super playful. Isnt that the ideal dog?? Plus, look at these baby browns! How have they not worked their magic on potential adopters yet?! 

From my markings, Im pretty sure Im a Pointer, but my head is definitely something else. Maybe lab? or boxer? or pitty? Meh, doesnt matter to me, all I know is that I love playing with other dogs and Im learning to overcome my shyness with people. Its so much better being on this side of the shelter doors, if-ya-know-what-I-mean.

My new family should have at least one other playful dog, a securely fenced yard, and an abundance of love and patience and wow that I have room to run around and play, Ive even lost a few pounds. Im a solid fella weighing in around 75 lbs. 

Ive been around older kids (11 and 14) and theyre pretty cool. I just need a little time to get used to new people.

Im up to date on vaccinations, heartworm negative, microchipped, and neutered.

My adoption fee is $200


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