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Fox - $200 off adoption fee!   

In shelter Dog

Plainfield, IL, 60585
Pet name:
Fox - $200 off adoption fee!
Newfoundland Dog
Apricot / Beige
Reduced adoption fee- $200 off - normally $425 now : $225 thanks to sponsor Lisa! Fully vetted!

Fox is adorable and sweet. He has the cutest pink on his nose and super soft velvety ears.

You’ve heard of The Seven Dwarves, The Magnificent Seven and the seven wonders of the world - well let us introduce you to the 7 wild animals (aka the cutest, fuzziest puppies around).

These 7 boys are big babies - and by big we mean 20+ lbs at 3 months old!  They are on tracking to be triple digits full grown.  We’re not quite sure of their mix so we’re going with The Most Adorable Mutt Mix of Cuteness!  Could be part Collie, part Newfie, part mountain dog - it’s hard to say for sure - but you get the gist that they are large breed dogs. 

They are typical puppies and love to play, eat, poop & sleep on repeat. They love snuggles and are sure to be your best friend.  We hope you have a big couch so they can Netflix and chill with you.  

Dog meets welcome.
Kids ok.

If you’d like to meet Fox- or any his brothers, please complete the adoption application at and check your email!


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