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In shelter Dog

Oklahoma City, OK, 73189
Pet name:
Red / Chestnut / Orange
Coat length:

Knox is an approximately 18-month old Retriever/Hound mix who weighs around 60 lbs.  Knox had a very tough start in life but is just the happiest boy now! Knox came to the rescue after being beaten, causing his leg to break in multiple places. After surgery to repair his leg and a long recovery process, Knox is a survivor!

Knox is such a happy, loving guy who just wants to play and to be loved. He absolutely loves to play with his foster brother Mason and romp around. He loves toys, sticks, and ropes. Knox loves to lay in the yard and chew on sticks so a yard is a must for this boy, with a stockade fence. He has a lot of energy and loves to Knox will need a buddy in his new home!

This kid deserves a great life after such a tragic beginning.

Knox is crate, leash, and house trained.  HOME CHECK REQUIRED!

Knox is neutered, microchipped, on heartworm preventative and current on his vaccines. His adoption fee is $175.

If you would like to adopt Knox and make him a part of your family, please apply at

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  1. American Humane Association
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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
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