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In shelter Dog

Franklin, TN, 37069
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Bozeman is YOUR perfect canine companion in life! This handsome Lab/Terrier mix boy was an amazing look and an equally amazing personality. He is only 4 months old and weighs 22 pounds as of 8/5/22. He was found as a stray little pup that was kindly taken in by a beautiful rescue mom who couldnt turn her back on him. None of the shelters are taking in strays and so many pups dont have kind people helping them. Foster mom, Lauren, promised to work with Critter Cavalry Rescue to get him the proper vetting, keep him safe and wait while the right home was found. She says that this boy is housebroken, crate trained (he loves his crate) and he is a perfect friend to all humans, other dogs and even nice to cats! Wow! He is the perfect puppy. He loves to play hard and then snuggle sweetly on the sofa to help with a good Netflix binge on one of their series shows. He is still a baby and he loves to play and chew on appropriate toys and he is a retrieving fanatic. So get yourself a Ball Chucker if you plan to adopt this ball chasing crazy pup. He is ready for a perfect home that might provide a fenced yard, friendly dog park and who will take him on lots of great outdoor adventures in life. Bozeman will be a 50 pound Lab mix when fully grown. Ready NOW! And Foster mom Lauren is ready to Facetime, send videos and talk on the phone! Please contact us at

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