Ricky Bobby is one NICE guy and would play all day if he could. This handsome young NICE guy was used as the dog tester in the shelter because of his awesome personality!! He's very happy, (did we mention NICE?) bouncy and silly and really has great manners! While a gentle-natured guy who loves everyone, we recommend older children. You see, Ricky chewed up and swallowed something he found on the floor and ended up needing surgery to remove the blockage. We believe kids' small toys would be too great temptation and cause him to have another blockage. Otherwise, he is a SUPER sweet guy who knows his basic commands and loves making his people laugh. He gets along great with other dogs and would also do fine with cats! Our mushy mouth would make an awesome addition to a family looking for a fun family member!
Ricky Bobby's adoption fee is $200. All MVPC dogs are heart worm tested, completely vetted, spayed/neutered, microchipped, crate trained and on a great potty training schedule.
ALL inquiries begin with a submitted adoption application, which is found on our website, www.miamivalleypitcrew.com. DO NOT USE THE PETFINDER/ADOPTAPET CONTACT/ADOPT BUTTONS--we are unable to monitor those--only submitted applications through our website will receive a response once approved. We do not adopt to individuals under the age of 25 and do not consider an electric fence a form of confinement. Because we are volunteer based and a home visit is required, we have a two hour adoption radius from Kettering, OH for our adult dogs and 75 miles for our puppies. Thank you for your understanding!
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