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My name is Sprinkles!

Australian Cattle Dog/Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium) Mix Dog for adoption in Northbrook, Illinois - Sprinkles
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Heartland Animal Shelter

Facts about Sprinkles

  • Breed: Australian Cattle Dog/Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium) Mix
  • Color: White - With Brown Or Chocolate
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 2214094-9621032
Sprinkles is an adorable 6-year-old Australian Cattle Dog/Terrier mix who weighs right around 60 pounds. Sweet, bashful Sprinkles was at our shelter years ago and unfortunately recently returned because his owners could no longer care for him. He is not thrilled to be back in the noisy kennel, so we try to give him extra TLC in the quiet training hall. There, he will do all of his commands for treats, and he's very obedient. He is wary of his surroundings here at first but it's so cute when he comes out of his shell and plays and prances around with his favorite Kong toy. Outside Sprinkles walks very nicely and he is most definitely house broken from his years living in a home. Sprinkles would do best in a home with no small kids because he does not like a lot of noise and commotion. He would be a great dog to be a couch potato with on these cold winter evenings! Please come meet him today!


About Heartland Animal Shelter

About Our Shelter...

Heartland Animal Shelter is a no-kill humane 501 c 3 organization dedicated to finding homeless pets forever homes while educating the public on the importance of spaying and neutering their pets in order to help with the pet overpopulation problem.

Dr. Herbert Preiser, DVM and founder of Heartland Animal Shelter wanted to make a difference by saving the lives of pets who might otherwise be euthanized because of the over-population of unwanted pets. Dr. Preiser opened Heartland Animal Shelter in October of 2002.

Heartland's vision is to eliminate euthanasia to any adoptable animal. Heartland asks for your support by spreading the word about the importance of why pets should be spayed or neutered in order to prevent overpopulation of cats and dogs. Together we can make a difference!

Come Meet Our Pets...

Shelter Hours:
Mon. & Wed. Closed
Tues., Thurs. & Fri. 4pm-7pm
Sat & Sun: Noon-4pm

Our Adoption Process...

Please visit our website to view the fees and details of our adoption process, and to learn more about Heartland Animal Shelter. When emailing or phoning to request information about this pet, please provide a daytime phone number so the shelter staff can contact you.