Introducing TANGO, an 8 month old mixed breed dog whom we suspect is an Australian Shepherd mix. Tango is currently 34 pounds and has a lanky, tall physique. Tango is a very loving, sweet dog who seeks out attention and direction. She is a great puppy who is a high-energy dog, ideal for action based activities like fly-ball or agility course work.
Tango’s foster mom says she is a real sweetheart who loves to snuggle too. She does not have a mean bone in her body. Tango will use her paw to seek attention and pets so she will need continued basic manners training and housebreaking. Tango’s foster has been working on her training and it is going well - but it appears that Tango did not have any instruction the first seven months of her life, so an adopter who is willing to dedicate time and energy into a great puppy is necessary.
Tango likes other dogs and seeks out playing with them; with her energy level, she would do best with other younger dogs with whom she can exercise and play. Because of Tango’s energy level, she is approved for households with children over 10 years.
This adorable dog has been examined by a licensed veterinarian, inoculated, dewormed, spayed, tested for Heartworm Disease (negative) and placed on monthly preventative, plus microchipped. ADOPTION APPLICATIONS are available for online completion and submission through our website, www.acaringplacehs.org
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