Note: Dogs are pack animals and do not do well away from other members of their pack. The adopter is the alpha member of the pack, and the dog or puppy needs as much one-on-one contact with the alpha as possible. For this reason, all Route 66 Rescue Inc. dogs are adopted to inside homes only. They must be on leash, or inside a secure fence when outside, and not left outside alone when no one is home. Invisible fencing does not qualify as protection since other animals and strangers have access to the dog. The dogs must be returned to Route 66 Rescue, Inc. if ever given up by the adopter. Thank you for understanding we want only the best for the dogs you give a forever home
Blue is a Sheepadoodle (mom was half sheep dog/half poodle, dad was full sheep dog). He’s almost 4 years old. His family is moving and unable to fence an area for him in the new home.
This boy is 90lbs of pure love. He is extremely loyal and protective. He loves to be right by your side if not right in your lap!
Blue’s a very playful, athletic, affectionate dog and is healthy, smart, and trainable. He went through obedience training as a puppy, so he knows all the basic commands. He is fully house broken.
He has made an excellent watch dog, and doesnt always like male dogs.
He has never had an issue with female dogs, or the eight-year-old male family goldendoodle. They’ve been together since Blue was a puppy.
For more information or to request an adoption application, please email email@example.com. Blues adoption fee is $300. Thank you for visiting our site. Please come back often.
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