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In shelter Dog

Oklahoma City, OK, 73189
Pet name:
Brown / Chocolate
Coat length:
This adorable guy is Mason!  

He is an approximately 2.5-year old, Mastiff/Pointer mix who weighs around 70 lbs. 

He is a short stocky guy – a total goofball cutey! Mason is a special needs kid as he is completely deaf. Otherwise, he is a funny, energetic, playful boy like any other dog.

Mason absolutely loves to play! He would play all day if he could. He loves toys and he especially loves other dogs. He loves to put everything in his mouth so you will definitely need to watch this little cutie and teach him about toys vs shoes.

Mason will require a securely fenced yard with a 6 ft. fence. Because he is deaf, he cannot hear another dog correct him with a growl so he is going to need a home with another dog who is kind, patient, and playful!  He will need an active family who can spend lots of time with him and give him plenty of exercise.

Mason is house-trained to a doggy door. He will adjust without one, but accidents might happen at first.  He is crate and leash trained.

Mason is neutered, microchipped, and current on his vaccines. His adoption fee is $200. 

He will require another dog, a fenced yard, an approved application, and a home visit for adoption. Therefore, only those located in OKC area will be approved.

If you would like to adopt Mason and make him a part of your family, please contact


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