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As always, when a dog does not work out in our program, the dog never goes back to the shelter or rescue. Instead, we find a happy, loving place to re-home them.

Meet Boomer, who is very affectionate, very eager to learn and a joy to train. He is house trained and knows basic Obedience commands. He is a little over a year old, neutered, and up to date on his shots. He is a basset hound mix, possibly with Staffordshire terrier, and weighs approximately 50 lbs. He has played very well with an 8-year-old child and is currently living in a house with a cat without any issues. Chickens, however, should be kept in a separate yard. He has played with his current foster’s Rottweiler but is a little dog aggressive and would be happiest in a one dog family. He is currently being treated for itchy skin.

Boomer’s adoption fee is $100. A home visit will be conducted prior to an adoption being finalized. Please DM us with questions. An adoption application can be found here: Adoption Application Form.

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