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RedBone   

In shelter Dog

Rice Lake, WI, 54868
Pet name:
RedBone
Gender:
Male
Breeds:
Hound
Date:
08/17/2022
Size:
Medium
Age:
Young
Coat length:
Short
Description:
ADOPTABLE!

This sweet and silly guy is RedBone!
After spending 1 whole year at a Humane Society down in Florida Redbone was FINALLY ADOPTED- then tragically this sweet boys dad passed away after only having him for 1 month.

RedBone is amazing and very well behaved! 
He knows how to sit, shake and sit pretty. He loves car rides and just sitting with his people.
He does great with other dogs but can sometimes get crabby with them after he gets tired out from playtime. 
Redbone has not met any cats.
He would love a home with an active young family or a small quiet family!
He walks well on a leash- with a little excited pull at first. We do let him free roam while we are away and he does not get into anything or make any messes.

Adoption fee is $250 nd includes current vaccinations for distemper/parvo, bordatella, rabies, parasite treatments for fleas/ticks/worms, CVI, microchipping, 4DX testing and neuter! If you are interested in adopting RedBone please file an adoption application on
 www.LITTLEREDBARNDOGRESCUE.org/adoptionapplication

Location


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