My name is GARRETT, and I am a DOG. Yeah, I know that sounds funny, but the thing is no one knows what breeds I may be. I could be a mix of Terrier, Dachshund, Chihuahua or who knows what else, but those are all just guesses. Before Colorado Canine Rescue (a non-profit) brought me to the Denver area, I was a stray in a rural Kansas shelter so there is no history on me. My Foster Mom says that’s all right, though, because she’s learned lots about me since I’ve been with her. She can tell you that I love to play with other dogs - in fact, she thinks I should have a canine sibling who likes to romp as much as I do. A yard to play in would be nice, too. Cats I’m not so sure about – they seem a little scary. People, though – I love people! I try to let them know how much I like them by giving them lots of doggy kisses (and I am really good at it). There aren’t any kids at Foster Mom’s, but she’s pretty sure I would do well with them, just because that’s the kind of guy I am. I am crate-trained, but I much prefer curling up next to Foster Mom on her bed. And I am house-trained (although there might be an accident or two while I am getting used to my forever home). Don’t I sound like the dog for you? Please go on-line right now to fill out an adoption application at www.coloradocaninerescue.org. CCR is asking a $175.00 adoption donation for me, which is such a deal because I am neutered, vaccinated, heart worm negative and microchipped. Remember, though, the Rescue can’t guarantee my age or my breed composition (how can they when they don’t know what it is?!) – but you won’t care about that once you meet me!
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