Dalton is a little terrier mix who is about 5 years old. He weighs 16 pounds. He has a short coat and blue merle coloring with tan and white. He has an adorable stub tail; we think there may be some cattle dog in his lineage. Dalton was passed around most of his life and finally was abandoned by an owner who moved and left this sweet innocent guy behind.
Dalton is on a daily medication for fused vertebrae, but has no quality of life issues. He is a dear little dog who is very friendly. He gets along well with other dogs. He enjoys cuddling on the couch and in bed with his foster mom and canine siblings. He is house trained, up to date on vaccines, and neutered.
He is truly a great little dog who needs and deserves someone to love him forever.
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