Dutton is a high energy and super excited handsome young boy who thinks people and dogs were put on this earth to be his friends. He loves to be outside with his nose to the ground exporting his environment. He prefers bones or hoofs to chew on over toys. He would most likely do best with a yard he could run around in. He loves to jump up on his hind legs when he gets excited so he will need someone who is willing to work on his behavior and training skills. He does well with cats but has not had the opportunity to be around children. He is crate trained and will often go an lay down in the crate if you leave the door open. He has often been found asleep while laying on his back with his feet in the air. He is a great loving boy who enjoys attention!
If you are interested in adopting Dutton please email SLN2310@yahoo.com and request an application. Once your application has been received and reviewed, you will be contacted via email or phone by one of our volunteers. After your application is approved, the foster parent for the dog you have selected will contact you to answer any questions you may have and determine if that dog is a good match for your family. If you have no particular dog in mind, we will be happy to keep your application on file and notify you if the right dog should come into rescue.
Catahoula Rescue of New England is an all-volunteer group. Dogs in our program are fostered by volunteers. The foster homes care for our dogs as if they were their own. All dogs have received vaccinations appropriate to age and are spayed or neutered. Dutton's adoption donation is $350 which includes Rabies, DHLPP, Bordetella, fecal test, heartworm test when appropriate and is on preventative, microchip, and neuter. We do not have a physical shelter, all of our dogs are fostered in individual foster homes across the New England and Canada.
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