Boscoe was found wandering all alone near the Houston area. Turned out he was microchipped so the founder took him back to his family where she was told they deliberately drove him out and dumped him!!! Well their stupidity is someone else's new amazing family member, because Boscoe is truly amazing! This boy is FAST!!! He is a high energy pup who loves other dogs and his people. (He is fine with kitties too.) He is already house trained, knows how to sit and lay down on command, and learned how to shake in a matter of minutes! He is extremely smart. He also loves water and wading in the pool. Boscoe currently weighs 47 lbs but could stand to gain a few pounds. He is around 1 year old. As far as breed we are stumped. We've had suggestions of Cattle dog, Bull Terrier, Catahoula, Basenji, Great Dane....He sure is an adorable pup though with one crystal clear blue eye and one brown. He is working on crate training and learning not to bolt out doors. He loves going for car rides and would makes a great running or biking companion! He will need a family that can give him the mental stimulation and exercise he needs.
If you are interested in adding this pup to your family, please click here (or copy and paste http://dfwpuppatrol.rescuegroups.org/info/adoption into your browser) to view our adoption info and where you will find the link to fill out our online Pre-Adoption Application. Any questions can be directed to us at email@example.com. All of our adoptable pups have an adoption fee of $225, regardless of our expenses, and it includes vaccinations, spay/neuter, heartworm test for pups 6 months and older, heartworm treatment if tested positive, deworming and/or fecal test, parasite treatment if tested positive, microchipping, any immediate known health issues, and pups 4 months and older are kept current on monthly heartworm prevention.
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