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In shelter Dog

Frisco, TX, 75035
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Mars here.... And I am ready! Ready for a new forever home. Ready for a new best friend. Ready to experience a life with a family. Im around a year old and 30 pounds. I follow my foster mama everywhere. I watch her do all the things and help her when she doesnt even know she needs help. I love to play. Im good at playing by myself but I love going into the yard and chasing whatever she will throw for me. She says this is good for me since I have some  puppy energy still. I am potty trained. I know how to use the dog door and I settle down in my crate at night after a few minutes and sleep all night long. I would do best with older children as I can still be a bit mouthy and jump when I get excited. But my foster mama says I am a really good boy. I would likely not do well with cats but I like playing with my larger foster dog siblings. Apartments would probably also not be a good idea unless you can get me exercise daily without a yard. I am super smart, handsome, and good at cuddling. Can I come cuddle with you?

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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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