***Your happiness is his #1 goal***
If his family isn't happy, then he isn't happy—eager-to-please MAX pours on the love to all! Already house trained and crate trained, this one-year-old, 40-pound Australian Cattle Dog/Lab mix is truly move-in ready for a loving and fun family—we recommend older children because of his spirited energy, but dog-savvy kids should be great with him! Smart, engaging, and excited to learn, Max comes to you well versed in 'sit for food,' 'leave it,' 'no,' 'kennel/crate,' and was working on 'down' when he left for the rescue.
Recently in a foster home with kids (ages 14, 4, and 2 years), dogs, and cats, we're happy to say that Max likes other dogs and is always up for good playtime. He respects the feline ways and lets them have their space, so dog-experienced cats will think Max is just the best. As an added bonus, he seems to be chicken friendly, in case you have your own flock. Affectionate and friendly, he shows his softer, sweet side to people, and is loyal to the end!
If you are interested in meeting Max, please fill out an application soon. Go to our website www.AllHerdingBreedDogRescue.com and click the red highlighted “application” to access the form. It's easy!
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have further questions.
Please note: your application is very important to us. Once you submit an application, please allow us time to contact you. Thank you for your interest in this sweet rescue and for your patience.
Adoption Fee $300
(Fully Vetted, Spay/Neuter, Micro chipped, UTD on shots, negative heart worm test)
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