Scooby is a 3 year old Cairn Terrier mix looking for his forever home. He is low shed and weighs in full grown at 10lbs. He came to us after his owners were told they could not keep him where they lived. Scooby is a spunky, active, affectionate boy. He bonds strongly with people. It takes some time for him to truly show his affectionate and sweet side. It's absolutely adorable to watch his eyes light up and tail wag once he sees someone he loves. He even jumps on his hind legs and reaches for you. Scooby would be best as the only dog. He becomes protective of his owner, toys, food and territory. He has lived with kids (we suggest kids over the age of 16.) Cats are not recommended. He loves chew bones and especially loves squeaky toys. Scooby amuses himself and can keep himself busy. He rides great in the car, likes to play with kids, and can be protective of his family. He is not fond of strangers, so it takes some time for him to warm up to new people. He is house broken and great in a kennel. He would do best in an active home or a semi active home. --- Adoption fee is $160. This dog is altered, up to date on vaccines, microchipped, licensed, and vet checked. The adoption comes with 30 days of free pet insurance and a free vet visit. To do a meet and greet, contact the foster Dr. Kim at 602-323-7270. Give us a call on the weekends for location as we have offsite adoption events that some of our dogs attend; 602-944-2440. Open daily 11am to 6pm / 1102 W. Hatcher Rd, Phoenix AZ 85021 / 602-944-2440
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4727 East Bell Road, Phoenix, AZ 85032 (Near Walmart)
13764 W Bell Rd Surprise, AZ - Cross Streets: Bell Rd and Grand Ave in Surprise Towne Center Shops (Near Home Depot)
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