MEET SCAMP!!! ** PLEASE NOTE This is a Courtesy Post for a rescue that has a different adoption application protocol. If you would like to meet this dog, please visit send email to email@example.com to request information.**
MEET SCAMP!! Scamp has the appearance of a Treeing Tennessee Brindle Dog - a variety of Cur - but with a considerably larger frame and bearing. His personality is like that of a Lab. He's an gentle giant - his size and character make him a companion of substance! Scamp's tail was not medically docked, rather he seems to have been born with a 3/4 size tail!
Scamp is a true gentleman, and he's a quiet, friendly office-mate to his foster mom. In the evenings, he enjoys lying just inside the patio door to take in the sounds and smells. Although he's a rabbit-chaser, Scamp is very accepting of dogs of all sizes. The family Scamp joins will be fortunate, indeed.
Scamp was rescued from a situation where he he continued to leave in search of yummy food and doting humans. Though his tattered ears show that, at some point, he might have been left to fend for himself, but he is treasured now! Scamp LOVES to be brushed, and -- like many guys -- snacks and attention are the way to his (giant) heart!
Although Scamp looks and feels great, he currently takes medication for Valley Fever. Scamp is fortunate to have been brought into a rescue where he was thoroughly vetted, and his illness caught in the very early stages.
** PLEASE NOTE This is a Courtesy Post for a rescue that has a different adoption application protocol. If you would like to meet this dog, please visit send email to firstname.lastname@example.org to request information.**
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