Breed: Terrier x Lab
Location: South Carolina
Coat Length: Short
Size when grown: Small
Weight: 34 lbs
Level of blindness: Complete
Cause of blindness: Cataracts
General health: Heartworm positive; roundworm, cataracts in both eyes.
Good with dogs: Yes
Good with kids: Yes
Good with cats: Other (Unknown; good with chickens and pigs)
Champ is a very sweet and loving dog. He enjoys walks and playing with other dogs. Champ just completed heartworm therapy successfully and is getting th chance to play. He is also scheduled to be neutered soon. He's been a complete doll around my chickens and piglets, as well as a wonderful greeter at my office. We're still working on crate training, but he is doing much better.
If you are interested in adopting Champ, please fill out our adoption application.
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