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Baxter is a super sweet and loving boy who has unjustly been dumped at a high kill shelter in Kentucky. We really don't understand how anyone could abandon this awesome guy because he's seriously such a happy go lucky boy! He is sure to bring a smile to your face! Luckily, thanks to our amazing fosters at Peace4Paws, he was rescued just in time and is now eagerly awaiting his furever home to come along! He is approximately one-years-old and we aren't 100% sure what he is mixed with but possibly Australian Cattle dog, hound and pointer. He makes friends wherever he goes. He is very docile and friendly. You are sure to love this guy and he will light up your life! He gets along great with people, kids and other dogs, as well! Baxter is up to date on his vaccinations, neutered and has a clean bill of health! If interested in adopting Baxter, please head over to Peace4Paws.org and fill out an adoption application!
If you would like to adopt or Foster any of our dogs, please fill out an application to
adopt a Peace4Paws dog at http://peace4paws.org/Adoption_Form.html or use this link to the application http:// form . jotform .co/ form /
or foster at http://peace4paws.org/Foster_Application.html or this link http:// form . jotform .us/ form /
THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST TO RESCUE A DOG!
25% of dogs in shelters are pure bred - that's 1 in 4!
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