Bear and his sister Princess were adopted together by a family with 2 children. We did a follow-up visit a few months later and everyone seemed crazy in love with the dogs. Eighteen months later, the adopter called saying due to a divorce, she needed to rehome Princess and Bear. When a volunteer went out to take pictures to post for a new home, the dogs greeted her on the patio with a ton of kisses. Although a healthy weight, they were dirty and had noticeable scars. Princessâ ears were bitten and bloody by flies. The adopter then confessed they have been kept outside and were not housebroken. Bear had not been neutered it appeared that neither had ever been on a leash for a walk.
Needless to say, we removed the dogs from the house immediately. Bear and Princess are beautiful black dogs with have tinges of brown when in the sunshine. They look like labs, but are very stocky and sturdy. Bear is a lovable, sweet boy who is looking for his 2017 furever home! He is family and dog friendly and when he tries to curl up in your lap, he likes to think he's smaller than he really is. But, if you want a loyal dog waiting for you when you come home with a wagging tail and sweet eyes to make you forget a long day of work, we highly recommend Bear!
As they did when they were puppies, they have very gentle souls and wanted to be touched and loved on. These dogs are extremely smart and will pick-up training quickly.
All Dallas DogRRR adoptable pets are spayed or neutered, microchipped, and up to date on vaccines upon adoption. The standard minimum donation for puppies is $250 and dogs over 12 months is $150. You can view all the adoptable pets and fill out an adoption application online on our website at http://dallasdogrrr,org . For more information, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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