Cap'n Krunk (aka Buddy Boy) was out of time at an east Texas shelter. He hadn't done anything wrong; he got along with other shelter dogs, loved the attention he got from people (especially kids) and even did well around cats. But the shelter was full and his time was up. It was time for Krunk to go to the lab, but the shelter workers couldn't do it. He was too sweet and just wanted to play! They granted a one-day reprieve, and a foster stepped up so his life was saved.
Cap'n Krunk does well with his foster siblings. He loves to fetch! He loves my 9-year-old son and really enjoys taking walks. He is up to date on shots and heartworm negative.
Krunk has moderate-high energy and would do best with an active family. Please consider making him part of your family!!
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