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In shelter Dog

Bradenton, FL, 34209
Pet name:
Mixed Breed
Tricolor (Brown, Black, & White)
Cato is a 12 year old male mixed breed. He weighs 65 pounds. He is still an active boy for his age. Unfortunately, Cato has been in and out of the shelter several times. Often for issues out of his control such as landlord or HOA restrictions. From our time with Cato and input from previous homes we have learned quite a bit about him. Cato can be friendly with other dogs although he is very fond of humping and needs a dog friend or friends that can give him appropriate corrections when theyve had enough. Dogs that are not fond of being humped or that are prone to overcorrections may not make good dog friends for Cato. We always recommend a meet and greet with any resident dogs. If you are unsure about your pups feelings on this type of play, our staff can help by supervising a meet and greet and explaining the behaviors they observe. Cato can not be in a home with cats including feral cats that may go in and out of the yard. Cato has been around children of varying ages and the only complaint we have received is that he can be a little rambunctious for smaller children, especially due to his size. We always recommend a meet and greet with any children in the household or children that visit often, such as grandkids. Please call for more information or to make an appointment to meet Cato. (Updated 1/30/21).


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