Meet Bo. This handsome fella is suspected to be a Whippet mix; his age is unknown to us. At first Bo was very timid, but with some TLC his foster has him out of his shell and ready for his forever place! Bo is very loving and affectionate. He sulks when he gets into trouble or isn't allowed to follow you everywhere. He does get a bit anxious riding in the car. Bo can be a little clumsy and unaware of personal space. He loves to be in contact all the time. Bo does not bite strangers but he will bark at them, especially visitors. Bo knows sit, down, and paw but sometimes he just won't do it unless motivated. Bo will also go to his bed when told. When taken outside if you tell him to go potty he usually runs around and finds a spot right away. Bo loves to play with dogs of all sizes and sometimes cats and kittens even though they want nothing to do with him. Bo's biggest issue is his love to bark at noises. Right now the automated garage and door bells are the main sounds he just can't resist barking at so he would be a perfect watch dog! His adoption fee is 150 and includes his neuter, microchip, shots up to date of adoption, a month of pet insurance and a wellness check at our vet within 72hours. If you are interested in this darling please download the application found on katesrescue.org and save it as a word document. After editing the required fields you can email the completed application to us at firstname.lastname@example.org with " Bo " as the header.
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