Happy-go-lucky with a nub of a tail that just won’t quit wagging – say hello to Ragu! Ragu arrived at The Barking Lot in July, 2016 with a small group of dogs from Mexico. When Ragu first arrived, he had it a little rough, as he came to TBL right after undergoing surgery for a broken pelvis and a broken femur (most likely the result of getting hit by a car somewhere in Mexico). However, Ragu has recovered beautifully and is now ready to find his bliss in a forever home! At one-year-old, Ragu is fully-grown at an adorable 40 pound size, making him the perfect pup for most living situations. Given his charming personality and handsome good looks, we think Ragu is a mix between a Lab and a Patterdale Terrier. True to his breed heritage, Ragu has a short, easy-to-care for, midnight black coat, which makes him a strikingly handsome fella. Ragu gets along great with other dogs, and is a big goofball when it comes to spending time in the play yard with his pals. Ragu is also great with people, and can’t help but start rapidly waving his little tail nub whenever he sees someone he knows (or even someone new)! Ragu would love an active family who want nothing more than a dog who is a hiking buddy, a jogging partner, or a hot date to the local dog park. Looking for a smart, friendly, all-around good time of a dog? Ragu is exactly what you’re looking for – submit an app today!
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