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Name: Ray Ray
Age: 3.5 years
Sex: Male (neutered)
Breed: Beagle/Dachshund mix
Location: Mobile, AL area
Vet Info: Ray Ray is confirmed neutered. His owner writes that he is up to date on vaccines but this has not yet been confirmed. He has not had a heartworm test. Ray Ray weighs about 22 pounds.
Owner Info: Ray Ray is a very handsome fellow who saved from a shelter as a puppy. His owner had always intended on finding him the perfect home or rescue because she has several other rescue dogs and isn't able to give him the attention he deserves. She is hoping we can help sweet Ray Ray! Ray Ray is an indoor dog who is crated, he is housebroken and leash trained.
His owner tells us that small children make him nervous and he is 'snappy with little kids', but he's good with both men and women, and other dogs and cats. He currently lives with five dogs and three cats.
Ray Ray seems to sense shapes, and his owner writes that he 'gets around like he is not even blind!' She also tells us he is very healthy. Ray's Ray's owner wants us to know he's a very loving little boy! 'He is very loving and playful..and content in a kennel. He is a very easy dog. I just have 5 other rescues and would like for him to go into a loving home they will give him the attention he deserves.'
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