Age: 10 years old
Weight: 28 pounds
Health: Glendal is in good health. Recommend keeping an eye on his teeth (may need 2 removed in a year) and for any small mast cells.
Demeanor: Just like his name, our Glendal is a goofy odd ball! He is very easy going with a great personality.
Likes: People, dogs, kids, walks, being outside and exploring his yard on his own, car rides
Manners: Has basic training, house-trained, crate-trained, obedient
Activity level: Slightly active
Bio: Glendal is very low key and laid back. He's independent and enjoys using a doggie door to spend time outside exploring on his own; therefore, he requires a fenced yard. He will run some (not too far) if he were to get loose, but luckily he does not climb fences! He also has a need for snuggles. He has always slept on a bed or on furniture, so he would prefer to continue this tradition and snuggle with his human.
Glendal likes exercise and play but also sleeps a lot. He gets along with everyone - old, young, kids, dogs, cats, etc. His foster mom reports that "he has some awesome 'looks' and is fit. He is a little hard of hearing or pretends to be but overall is a great dog, funny and very easy to manage."
The adoption fee for Glendal is $200.00 which includes altering, heartworm testing, vaccines and micro-chipping. We accept applications from Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia. We also require a $20 application fee. Email teamBTRTOC@gmail.com with questions.
Can't adopt but want to send some swag Glendal's way? No problem! He has his very own Amazon wish list - https://amzn.com/w/1LTJPWMVH6NRO
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