Handsome and full of life – the perfect description for low-riding, Durado! Durado arrived at The Barking Lot in August, 2016 from Devore Shelter. There are zero shy bones in Durado’s squatty little body, as he walked right into TBL like he owned the place, giving everyone he met a tail wag and a friendly “hug.” This adorable Staffie/Basset Hound mix is one-and-a-half-years old and fully grown at about 30-35 pounds. Durant is quite the stunner too, with his adorable stubby legs and gorgeous, easy-to-care-for, brindle coat. Durant is incredibly loving and affectionate, and will greet everyone he meets with a smile and a wag, whether he knows them or not. Durant is also incredibly playful, so his forever family better be ready for a pup who loves all sorts of doggie games. Durant gets along great with other dogs, sharing his kennel with one “roomie” and belonging to a playgroup of similary-sized pups. Like we said before, Durant loves his buddies because they are perpetual playmates for his happy-go-lucky self. Durant walks well on a leash and is extremely treat motivated, meaning that training him shouldn’t be too hard! His medium-size is ideal for most living situations, and we know he would make a great hiking companion or man about town for those who like to take their dogs with them everywhere that they go. If you’re in the market for a self-assured, confident, happy, low-riding dude, submit an app for Durant today!
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