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In shelter Dog

Phoenix, AZ, 85021
Pet name:
Name: Patch
Age: 2 years
Sex: Neutered Male
Breed: Corgi mix
Weight: 26 pounds
Adoption fee: $270 (altered, vaccines up to date, microchipped, vet checked)
Location: AZ Small Dog Rescue 1102 W Hatcher Rd open Tuesday to Sunday 11am to 6pm.

Compatibility with other dogs: Best as only dog
Compatibility with cats: Unknown, Intro Required
Compatibility with kids: Dog Savvy, Intro Required
Energy level: Moderate

Requirements: Meet whole family, patient and loving family, secure yard

Patch is one of 25 dogs that lived in a van with their family. Patch is a sweet pup that takes a minute to warm up to new people. Although he lived with many other dogs, Patch would do best as the only dog in his new home. Patch has been in one of our offices here at the shelter. We have learned that he is super sweet and just wants someone to love on him during the day. Patch loves to sit on our laps or behind us in the office chair. He is a very affectionate boy who just wants to be showered with love but will take time to warm up to someone. Patch is housebroken and will adjust to a new potty routine in no time! He loves to sit and just observe things and loves to enjoy the nice weather outside. If you would like to meet Patch, please come to the shelter with everyone that lives in the home.

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WEEKEND ADOPTION EVENT LOCATIONS - Many animals available for adoption!

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4727 East Bell Road , Phoenix, AZ 85032

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7290 W Bell Rd, Glendale, AZ 85308

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