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In shelter Dog

Warrenville, IL, 60555
Pet name:
Pit Bull Terrier
Coat length:
Hey, Im Boom,

Also known as Boomer, Boomerang, Boomy. You might even know me through my hashtag #micdropboom. the foster mom says that its the most appropriate hashtag for me cause everything I do is a mic drop moment.

Hanging with my peeps is my favorite thing to do. I have foster dog siblings that I love, even if they dont all return the love, its cool.

I believe it is important to know where your people are going at all times.  I am GREAT in my crate and due to some codependency it is suggested that crating remains in my routine. When I am alone I can get a little anxious, but put me in my crate (or "house" as my foster mom calls it) and I am GOOD. 

I LOVE structure, rules, and routine. The more of it the better. I like expectations and predictability. 

Some people tell me that I have issues with my back end..... I dont notice it, but it is currently under investigation.  It does not stop me from loving every bit of my life. 

I am currently looking for my best forever, who is willing to love me for who I am. 

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