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In shelter Dog

Monroe, NC, 28110
Pet name:
Red / Chestnut / Orange
Coat length:
Sawyer is perhaps the perfect dog!

This precious boy has had a really rough life but you’d never know it by his amazing demeanor!  

This guy is sweet, calm, super dog friendly and playful, smart, obedient, crate trained but fine to leave loose in the house (not destructive), housebroken, rides great in the car, walks well on a leash and is just one of the coolest dogs you will ever meet!

He’s been let down by so many people including his previous owner who let him get heart worms.  He deserves nothing but the best from now on.

We had him treated for heart worms and is doing well.   Now it’s time for him to find an amazing home that he SO deserves!

Sawyer is a hound mix, about 55 pounds and approximately 4-5 years old.  

His ideal home will have a fenced yard as he loves to prance around and play, another dog in the house and older kids (10 years old +).*

If interested in possibly meeting him, please go to to fill out an application.  We just like to know a little about you prior to a meet and greet.


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