This handsome Prince prefers the company of female dogs. He also doesn't mind children (lives with a 5 y/o). He would love to have a home and a couch to call his own.
Prince was found sleeping on a friend's backporch. They thought he would be gone the next day and left him alone. But when they got up, he was still here, just sitting quietly by their back door. They checked to see if he had a tag with any info, so they could report him being found, but instead his collar had a message which read 'My name is Prince. I don't bite, Please love me'. Looking at him you can see that is really all he wants, to be loved. Their backyard was not fenced, but he stayed all day and was sleeping in their garage.
Prince is a high energy, but friendly dog. He seems to always be wagging his tail and is content to play with one of his lady-friend dogs at a time.
Application and adoption fee required.
Age: 4-5 y/o
Temperament: Friendly to people of all sizes; gets along with female dogs
Training: Crate and house-trained
Vetting: Neutered, up-to-date on shots and on monthly preventatives
Adoption Fee: $225
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