found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered and up to date with shots.
He came into the
world on a bright August day with a whimper and then a cry
For a while there it looked like whining would be his modus operandi
But once he was certain his mom wouldn’t stray, and milk kept his tummy plump—hunger
The cattle pup’s worries subsided.
His brother’s more outgoing
ways overshadowed his studious tendencies
Unusual noises or human arrivals revealed sound sensitive dependencies
But now it’s October and boldly he goes, roughhousing or using his scent-sitive
Still, he always knows where home is.
Come dinner or sleep
time he now looks to people for grub and a soft place to lie
His mom taught him well to be friendly and loving to all who might come by
Companion and playmate will be his forté with devotion that lasts to his very
He’s all set to be someone’s prize!
Baxter was born on August 7, 2014. His mom is a purebred Australian Cattle Dog. The other half is unknown, although, there are indications that he may be part Border Collie. He’s intelligent, sensitive, exceptionally affectionate, loves to snuggle, needs to be an important part of his family indoors and out. Because of his strong ACD heritage he will need a lot of exercise, preferably with purpose (a job), along with activities that help him live up to his potential. He loves other animals and will do great with any that understand and enjoy his rough and tumble play style.
Baxter's adoption fee is $150. This includes vaccinations, microchip, collar and ID tag. At time of adoption you will be asked sign a neuter contract agreeing to have Baxter neutered between 6 and 9 months of age. As soon as proof of neuter is provided to IDAWG, you will receive $100 of your adoption fee back.