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My name is Dash!

Finnish Spitz/Shar Pei Mix Dog for adoption in Granby, Missouri - Dash
Photo 1 - Finnish Spitz/Shar Pei Mix Dog for adoption in Granby, Missouri - Dash
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4 Paws of the 4 States

Facts about Dash

  • Breed: Finnish Spitz/Shar Pei Mix
  • Color: Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10750961
Dash is a very sweet dog rescued from life on a chain he is slightly timid but warms up quickly he loves to play is good with most other dogs and cats and kids he is about 30 pounds which is a great average size for any family. He likes to bones and going for walks he has good recall and is very trainable UPDATE Dash is still looking for a home or rescue. He is good with other dogs and cats and he is friendly. He's knows his name and comes when called. He weighs about 35lbs. He has been neutered and HW tested negative. He lived on a chain with no food water or shelter. He was tied to a tree a distance away from the owners home. No one ever pet him, he rarely was goven food and water and curled up tightly next to the tree when it rained and stormed above him. The owners finally caught his rescuer feeding him and told her to 'just take the stupid dog'. At first Dash was scared of everyone and protected his food from other dogs. Now, after months of TLC Dash is a normally friendly dog. He walks well on lead and plays great with the other dogs. He ignores the cats and loves to play with stuffie dog toys. He enjoys ripping the stuffing out. He sleeps inside in his foster home at night and hasn't messed in the house. I am looking for qualified adopter. Dash has a very small adoption fee of 25$ that is refundable if he needs to be returned within 2 weeks.

About 4 Paws of the 4 States

About Our Rescue Group...

Who We Are
4 Paws is a non-profit incorporation recognized by the state of Missouri. We have been inspected by the Department of Agriculture and approved as an animal care facility. One of our goals is to help homeless animals become a part of loving families forever. Another is to make sure that all animals adopted from us are spayed/ neutered to decrease animal over- population. We also help speak out for animals against their mistreatment. Our pets are kept in foster homes so that they become accustomed to living in a home and receive the training and attention they need until finding their forever homes.

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Come Meet Our Pets...

We are always looking for foster homes. If you are interested please call or text 660-227-9445, or email mary_dana@hotmail.com

Our Adoption Process...

Email us for an adoption application.