PLEASE NOTE THAT MILES IS LOCATED IN THE EUREKA AREA, NOT COVELO.
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BIG, HAPPY, ACTIVE, SWEET BOY MILES IS LOOKING FOR HIS SOULMATE!
Miles is a big Tootsie Roll of a dog who has been bounced around so many times we’ve lost count. He just wants a home where he can count on his humans to be there for him for all his needs…daily and forever.
Miles weighs about 90 pounds (built like a truck), is about 4 years old, neutered, up to dates on vaccines and micro-chipped. He’s a mix of Pit Bull Terrier and Queensland Heeler. He has a pitty build with heeler markings.
We are looking for an active household without children (he is part Queensland Heeler so he does occasionally like to heel/nip when he plays).He should also be in a home without small animals as he has a high prey drive for them.We know he prefers the company of female dogs but there could be a compatible male in his future.
Miles loves to please and knows his basic obedience. He re-directs quickly and has good recall. An active dog that needs stimulation and interaction, Miles adores playing ball and going for walks; then, after activity, enjoys just hanging out and cuddling. We are not sure if he is house-trained now. We expect he once was and may need a little review. This is a boy that either needs fenced property to run on OR an active owner that likes taking him places. Is he the dog for you?
Miles is being fostered in the Eureka, CA area; please contact Stacie at 707-633-6106, or email email@example.com. There will be an application, fee, reference checks and home visit as condition of adoption.A stable home with responsible humans will be required; this is the last move we want for our sweet boy!
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