I’m Boy Bear…if you say it fast, it sounds like Boyds Bear! I’m a kidder. I’m a male, black Miniature Schnauzer mix with natural ears and a docked tail. I’m about six years old and I weigh about fourteen pounds. I had to be completely shaved. My previous owner died and, well, keeping up with a dog and his needs wasn’t easy in the end. I had to be completely shaved. I might be a chocolate color. Black, brown. I don’t know. It’s still rock and roll to me! I like the human friends I’ve met and I’ve done well with older children. I’m in a much better mood now that I’ve got the mats removed from my coat! It feels good to be petted now! I’m good with other dogs but I do get a little food aggressive. I’ve got cataracts in both eyes so my eyesight is a little diminished. That’s part of the problem I’m sure. I am crate trained and I’m house trained too. I’d probably be best as an only four-legged friend. I think I’d like that a lot. I think you’d like that a lot. I’ve got a lot of love I can share! If you’re interested, just click the ‘Adopt’ tab, at www.SchnauzerRescueTexas.me complete your adoption application and put me, Boy Bear, as a dog of interest.
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