"Hi! My name is Snoopy or Snoop Dog as my foster mom calls me. I am a medium size boy weighing in at 40 to 45 pounds. I am approximately seven months old. No one seems to be in agreement with my mix other than there seems to be a little lab in me. Whatever I am, I am a sweet, happy, rambunctious little guy. I love to play and run with my big foster brother and big foster sister. I love toys. Big or small. My foster mom thinks I would fit into just about any home especially one with another furbaby for me to play with. As I said before, I get along with the big dogs and the little one too. I am a healthy guy. I am ready to find my “forever” home as my foster mom calls it. Potty training is going well. I hardly ever have an accident and if I do my foster mom says it is her fault because she was not paying attention. I do give hints that I need to go outside. When let out, I go immediately."
From foster mom: Snoop dog is a very sweet and outgoing puppy. I feel he would fit in anywhere and will be a great addition to any family. He loves attention but can also enjoy a chew toy by himself. He sleeps in his kennel most of the night but will cry if he needs to potty. He will return to his kennel and go back to sleep. He occasionally gets in the “big” bed and loves to sleep under the covers next to “his” human. An older, patient fur sibling would be a great asset for Snoop to help him learn “the ropes”. He is a smart little guy and learns quick. Any family will be blessed to have little Snoop as a permanent member.
Snoopy's adoption fee is $275 and includes his neuter, rabies, microchip, three rounds of vaccines, three dewormings and heartworm prevention while in our care. If you are interested in this handsome guy please fill out an application at http://www.lonestarrescue.org/lone-star-adoption-form and we will be in touch within 48-72 hours.
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