Moe Moe is a cute 6 year old jack russell mix. He's one of a bunch of unsocialized dogs who came in from a Nevada rescue in 2014. He was very nervous- in his last two pictures, taken right after his arrival, that's him hiding behind pal BoBo. His other pics are from this year. He now enjoys roaming the sanctuary. Though he usually doesn't come up to people, he has a friendly demeanor, and will follow around people he knows. He does well with other dogs. He really likes being part of the "house dogs" pack - sleeps in the big people bed...and is well mannered.
Because of his shyness, not recommended for young kids. We've heard that he doesn't like cats.
He has really captured our hearts - wonderful little companion - super pal to lotsa dogs of all sizes and loves his peeps a lot!
Are you my furrever family?
For further info on the adoption process, please visit our home page and check out the "Adopt a Dog" section where very thorough instructions await. All our dogs are spayed/neutered, micorchipped, and fully vaccinated before adoption; they have been wormed, bathed, socialized, walked daily and much loved; each adoptee leaves with a leash, collar, and all medical records.
The beauty of coming to our Apple Valley sanctuary is that you can see all 90+ dogs! No more weekend mobiles—only special events. Maybe if there are enuff appointments, we could see you in El Monte or Orange County or nearby. Email your application and ask for more details!
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For more specific questions, pls call 626-444-9664 (pls leave a voicemail if no answer). Emailing is always welcomed- Beagles@beaglesandBuddies.org . Thanks!
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