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In shelter Dog

Madison, AL, 35758
Pet name:
Miniature Pinscher
This guy lost his mom to Covid after being with her for 14 years. 
A friend took him in and was fostering him in his grooming shop where he was around a couple of cats and daily around many dogs.
He did not mind any of that but was offended by the ones who would potty in ""his"" space, as he himself would go to the door and bark to be let out then back in again. 
If the doogie door was open, he would use it.
He liked to wag the toys around the backyard when it was nice enough outside, but mostly just lie around or walk around to see what was going on in the shop.
He is now in a Foster Home and things are different there.
He does not like their personal dogs much and likes to try to mark ""his"" territory in the house so he has been wearing a belly band to prevent that.
He still likes to wander around outside in the safe fenced yard but mostly, he still prefers the sofa and a blanket.
He has energy and a few more years of love left to give someone, given the chance.
This sweet gentleman deserves a forever home and does not ask for much but he will reward you with more love than you will ever deserve.
Please no children and prefer no other dogs or cats.


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