To begin the adoption process, please fill out the SOTB Adoption Application completely. Once your application has been submitted, our Adoptions Team will be in contact shortly to set up a phone interview and a home visit.
Barlowe is a sweet, gentle soul who found himself on walkabout and had the good fortune to make his way into the yard of a dog lover. We're not quite sure about his past, he's rather on the reserved and quiet side, but we do know that he was pretty shy and unsure about life in general when he found his way into his foster home. During the first month, Barlowe began to realize that living in a home with people and other dogs was pretty ok, and he began to come out of his shell as his trust grew. He wasn't sure what to make of all of the noises and activity when out on walks, but he's grown so used to the sights and sounds that he was able to make his first 5k run recently. Go Barlowe! We're so proud of this guy's progress, and so thankful for his foster for taking the time to teach this wayward soul just how great life can be. Barlow is a pretty easy going guy who's got a moderate activity level, is housebroken, crates easily and loves to hang out with his dog buddies. Barlowe's the kinda guy who'd love to be in a home with another dog to pal around with. He does fine on his own, but he just seems a bit more settled when he has a dog friend around. Not so surprising given his initial timid nature, dogs tend to learn by watching each other and Barlowe is no exception. He's gentle, goofy, playful and just an all around great guy, and he's hanging out waiting for you to discover him. Is today his lucky day? Email email@example.com to find out more about Barlowe!
Our adoption fee is $195. This covers spay/neuter, microchip, microchip registration, all age appropriate vaccines, and any needed vet care.
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