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In shelter Dog

Milton, DE, 19968
Pet name:
Mixed Breed
Dog Name: Romeo 
Breed: Mix
Sex: Male
Age: 2-3 years

Medical Needs: Has a heart murmur and due to this he is intact and cannot be neutered 

Housebroken: Yes but does not signal he needs to go out. So as long as hes taking out on a regular basis he is ok

Crate trained: Yes and no. He is food motivated, if there are treats or food involved he goes right in. Otherwise it can be a struggle. He can be vocal in his crate but if you cover with a blanket he settles down much quicker. 

Good in the car: Has only been on one car ride but yes. He rode quietly in his crate

Good on a leash: yes

Energy level: Medium to High
Need a fenced in yard: Highly suggested. He is full of energy and love to run/play. He has also made attempts at darting through open doors so it would help just in case.

Dog Friendly: Yes! He loves playing with his foster sister (lab)If yes, does your foster need another dog in its adoptive homes? Not needed but I think he would like it

Cat Friendly? Yes. Doesnt seem to mind them. Could care less

Kid Friendly: Yes but always recommended supervision. Especially with the smaller ones. He gets excited and may knock a smaller child over 
If yes, whats the youngest child youd recommend they be placed with? Any age with supervision 

Special traits that make your foster special or that we need to know about them? Romeo is a sweet boy with so much love in him! He loves to play but also loves to just be with his people. 

Fosters Location: Houston, DE

Application can be found here: (if you already have an approved application on file email and ask the app team to pull your app


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