Our family is being relocated overseas in May, and we're sad to be in the position that we need to re-home our family dog, Duke. Duke is 8.5 years old, and a very good dog. He is fully house-trained, but also comfortable staying outside (he is currently an inside/outside dog). He is up-to-date on all of his shots, (vet records available for new owner to have) and he is also has a micro chip.
Duke is child-friendly, (we have a 3-year-old) and is perfectly content when he can sleep most of the day. He weighs approximately 90 pounds, and comes with his dog house, food bowls, food storage bin, collar, leash, brush and dog bed. While he is a bit lazy, he loves to take walks, and be around people. He is also cat-friendly and dog-friendly (we are currently staying with family until we leave and Duke gets along with their two dogs perfectly fine).
Duke does have one small benign tumor on one hind leg that has been tested, and shown not to have illness associated with it. He did have heart worms when he was six years old, but was treated, and then shown to be completely clear of heart worms after the treatment was complete. He has been on monthly heart worm medicine since that time.
If you are interested in meeting Duke, please contact Glynnis Christensen at: email@example.com
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