This mini Irish Wolfhound is Bigs! He is 7 yo, 40lbs. Like most of us before a good cup of coffee, he is sometimes a little growly at first so he'd be best with calmer dogs and no kitties. We're thinking teenagers around 15+ for this fella. He's headed to PA soon and would love a forever home to arrive to! Apply mostlymuttz.org.
Update 8/30: I spent Friday morning getting acquainted with one of the kennel volunteers. She says Bigs is a funny name for me since I'm actually quite small, but I told her not to be a sizeist! (She didn't mean anything by it, I'm sure...)
Anyway, she told me I am SO GOOD! I'm easy to get out of the kennel and great in the car, but I'm not into jumping up so you've gotta give me a boost. I walk great on the leash but since I didn't disclose this information, the volunteer offered me a deal. If she let me stop and smell all the smells I wouldn't pull. Joke's on her! I wouldn't pull anyway!
What else? Oh! There were these three loud labs behind us but I didn't make a peep, whatever that is. Maybe she misspelled woof? No matter, I didn't make a sound!
You can read more and apply to adopt me at mostlymuttz.org
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