Have Bed, will Travel Looking for a forever home, Thomas the Tank. Like the children’s book character—he has cute googly eyes and sounds like a steam engine when he runs. Black and gold brindle, 3-4 year old neutered male, Pit, with a little Boxer thrown in. Sweet temperament, loves to be lazy, and even arranges his blankets! He is quiet, low maintenance, which makes him good for either a house or apartment. He is well behaved with other dogs, in a one-on-one home setting, and does not challenge, but is appropriately submissive. He is also learning to mind his manners with a cat.
Thomas Tank is very calm, no separation anxiety and does not mess or chew when left alone. He is good house dog and gentle companion. He needs some work walking on a leash, and sometimes gets a little over-stimulated outside. However, he is responding well to training, (one of his foster mom’s is a professional animal trainer), and is making progress behaviors.
Watch his videos on Instagram under Thomas Tank
He really is a sweet boy and deserves lots of love; he’ll make a great companion. Call Dolly 8i8.346.5296 or Lauren 818.472.9088 for more info or to meet this little soul
****Also looking for a foster home if you want to give him a try***
If you want to meet me contact Lauren 818.472.9008, Avi7@aol.com or Michelle 831.521.1070 firstname.lastname@example.org
These dogs are looking for homes through private parties in the Los Angeles CA area. This page is a service to help individuals in the L.A. area trying to place dogs into loving homes. The dogs listed on this page are not affiliated with Karma Rescue. We have not evaluated the dogs and they are not under our care. We are not responsible for any adoptions through private parties. To obtain more information about any of these pets, please use the contact information given with each pet's description. All dogs are spayed/neutered prior to being listed on this page.
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