Bo is a hoot! He has a brother that is available that looks like his twin. He was abandoned with his brother, then picked up and brought to the shelter. Our rescue pulled him from the shelter just before he was euthanized. A foster family was found just in time. They have been working with him to teach him some obedience. He seems really smart. Both of them have been xrayed by a vet to screen for hip dysplasia because a service dog group was looking for dogs to use. They have the beginning of hip dysplasia. The veterinarian said it is only a possibility that they might have problems when they age, but is not guaranteed. If you are willing to give Bo a chance at a good life, please contact us to meet him. He has been tested for heartworms and is negative.
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