Spot may be 10-years-old, but don't let his age fool you. He is an active, healthy boy who likes to take walks, jog, play and run in a fenced yard. He is a social dog who enjoys the company of other dogs and humans. If you are searching for a playmate for your dog, please consider this sweet, beautiful dog.
Spot was surrendered to Indianapolis Animal Care and Control and eventually was rescued by Woofs and Books. Based on his unknown history, he has separation anxiety. His anxiety is greatly helped with Prozac and having an ideal set-up when humans are gone. Although he dislikes crates, he does well in an indoor large pen that has access to an outdoor pen. He enjoys being outside, and the freedom to go inside and outside, via some type of dog door, greatly helps his anxiety.
Thus, his ideal home would be one with experienced dog people where someone is home most of the day and night. When gone, Spot will need some type of large pen. A fenced yard will also allow him to play and run off leash. Spot gets along very well with other dogs but cats or other animals shouldn't reside in his new home.
Spot likes to give kisses, cuddle in bed, search for treats, meet new people and dogs, and hang out with his family. If you are one who wants to take your dog everywhere with you, sweet Spot would be a great companion! He has a great temperament and likes new adventures.
Will you please consider providing a forever home for this special, healthy, senior dog? His adoption fee is $125, and he is neutered, up to date on vaccines, microchipped, and given flea and heartworm medication. He doesn't require a special diet and is housetrained.
Please complete an adoption application at www.woofsandbooks.org.
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