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My name is Boone!

Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium)/Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium) Mix Dog for adoption in St. Louis, Missouri - Boone
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Gateway Pet Guardians

Facts about Boone

  • Breed: Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium)/Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium) Mix
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 8382589-117428
Meet Boone! The pizza man leaves him a tip...

Thunder barks at him...

He is...the most interesting dog in the world.

Hello darlings. I'm Boone and some call me the most interesting dog in the world. I really don't mind what you call me, as long as you call me baby.

You see... I'm looking for my forever home.

I guess you can say I'm a ladies man. That's why my foster mom thinks my ideal adoptive family would have one or more low-energy female dogs. I love to hang with the canine ladies and give them the love and attention they deserve. I've also become accustomed to being crated (yes I'm crate trained) next to my female friends, so my new family will have to work with me to get the set up just right.

When I'm not giving the ladies some 'Boone Love', I enjoy playing with select toys and eating tennis balls (I guess that's why I haven't seen one of those in awhile)! I also enjoy lounging with my favorite humans. I pretend they taught me 'sit' and 'come'; it gives them a sense of accomplishment.

Obviously, since I'm one of the most interesting dogs in the world, I carry around some battle scars. I have a slight limp (just give me a cane and fedora) and a cataract in one eye. But I don't let either stop me. All I need is one eye to keep on the ladies! I actually asked my foster mom for an eye patch once, but she says I'll just eat it. I think she knows how cool I'll look and she's jealous.

So I guess the question is, are you ready to share your home with the most interesting dog in the world? I'm ready if you are!

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If you are interested in adopting Boone, please visit our website to learn about our adoption process and to fill out an application, here. All of our dogs will be micro-chipped, spayed or neutured, and up-to-date on vaccinations at the time of adoption.

For more photos of Boone, follow us on Facebook Gateway Pet Guardians and Instagram @gatewaypets ... #gpgboone

To view other adoptable pets from our shelter, please visit, GatewayPets.com!. All of our dogs will be micro-chipped, spayed or neutured, and up-to-date on vaccinations at the time of adoption.

Gateway Pet Guardians is proud to offer a variety of mixed breed dogs available for adoption. However, please keep in mind that we rarely know the genetic background of the animals we rescue and, as such, we cannot guarantee the exact breed combinations found within this dog. Just know that this dog is probably a variety of several different breeds that have combined to create one very amazing and unique animal.

About Gateway Pet Guardians

About Our Rescue Group...

Our organization focuses heavily on community outreach and humane education in the East St. Louis area, providing low-cost or free veterinary care, dog food and shelter for low income residents with pets. We are dedicated to eliminating the homeless pet problem in our small service area.

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Come Meet Our Pets...

Take a look at our calendar for information on upcoming adoption events - www.gatewaypets.com/calendar

Our Adoption Process...

Once you find an animal that you are interested in, submit an adoption application through our website and we will send your information to the foster family. Once we have reviewed the application and contacted your references, we set up a home visit.

Adoption fees are $150 for adult dogs and $195 for puppies. This fee includes shots, a spay/neuter and microchipping, as well as any other treatment the animal may have needed upon being rescued.