Meet the sweet Shiloh. He is about 1 yrs old and so ready for a home of his own. Shiloh loves people, being outdoors and with his people. He is outgoing, energetic and will do best in a home where he will get lots of exercise and has room to run. He is on the smaller side and is not expected to get much bigger. He is about 45 lbs. Shiloh is learning how to walk well on leash and basic commands. He is an enthusiastic and intelligent guy so hes learning new things everyday. He does have a higher prey drive so a home without small animals would be best. He does well with dogs that arent particularly interested in him. While he does play with some dogs, Shiloh wouldnt mind being the only dog and having play dates here and there. He is very athletic and would excel in all dog sports from Fast Cat to agility to frisbee, whatever you are into. Fetch is his favorite pastime and hes amazing at it.
If you are interested in meeting the Shiloh, just fill out an application from our website at peaceandpaws.org to begin the application process. If you do not hear from us within 7 days of submitting your application please continue your search for the right dog. Due to the volume of applications we get, we cannot get back to everyone in the timely manner we would like so again, no word from us in 7 days, please keep looking.
Adoption fee is $525 and includes his neuter, vaccinations, fecal/heartworm test, dewormings, microchip and health certificates.
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