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My name is DANNY!

Poodle (Miniature) Mix Dog for adoption in Boston, Massachusetts - DANNY
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Animal Rescue League of Boston

Facts about DANNY

  • Breed: Poodle (Miniature) Mix
  • Color: White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10841624-A253277
Meet DANNY!
Danny is in fostercare right now so any interested potential dog parents will need to email and chat with his foster mom before meeting with him. Because he does have some quirks we do ask that you read his whole profile and email if you are sure he would be a potential fit for you and your home. If you do think you and Danny might make the perfect match, please email maryloumaria@yahoo.com. Do you enjoy the peace and quiet of a home in a rural setting but missing the happiness and excitement that comes with having the right dog? Than Danny may be your boy!
He is a one to two year old very cute snow ball with character. Danny loves to play, car rides, human laps and walks. Danny also loves hanging outside resting in the sun.
Danny weighs about 25 lbs. We think he might be a mix between a westie, a maltese, a bichon frise and a sheep dog. Your guess is good as ours. The best part, with those beautiful locks is he doesn''t shed!!!
He walks well on leash until he sees another dog. He gets overstimulated pulling and barking to get to the other dog. So we are looking for an experienced dog guardian that lives in a rural area (not suburbs but rural) where regular exposure to other dogs on walks is rare. This seems to be a leash issue for Danny since he does well with his foster parent''s dog. So with a slow introduction, Danny could live with another mellow dog.
He loves meeting new people but in the right settingsÂ…that generally does not include when they come to his home unannounced or unexpectedly approached during his walks. So agian we are looking for the right new guardian for Danny.
As said Danny loves pats and laps but you have to take it slow initially. He needs to build a bond of trust with you but that doesn''t take too long. Once he knows the person is friend and not foe, he is all wiggles and affection.
Danny enjoys a quiet setting. So we are looking for an adult only household that would enjoy playing with Danny on a regular basis and would enjoy daily walks and daily affection. A small fence-in yard with some sun is a plusÂ…he loves hanging out on his own in the sun.He is housetrained, non-destructive, happy to hang with you while you work but he is in need of some basic training/manners. And he is so in need of a person he can finally bond with forever.He is a joy to be with and his foster mom says he is the right combinations of fun and relaxation.

About Animal Rescue League of Boston

About Our Shelter...

The Boston facility serves as the headquarters for the Animal Rescue League of Boston. The site houses the administrative offices, extensive animal housing, an adoption center, an outpatient veterinary clinic, four ambulances, and the majority of the law enforcement department.

Our Adoption Process...

.The Animal Rescue League of Boston requires the following documentation as part of the adoption process:

Proof that adopter is 21 years of age or older
A Massachusetts ID with valid current address (No Student IDs) - or any Government Issued ID along with piece of mail with current address (ie water bill, tax bill, phone bill etc)
Complete an application and interview with adoption personnel

Pet Adoption Fees
Cats 5 months and younger $200
Cats 6 months to 3 years $150
Cats 4 years to 7 years $125
Cats 8 years and older $100
Dogs 5 months and younger $450
Dogs 6 months to 7 years $300
Dogs 8 years and older $200
Rabbits $75, pair for $125
Guinea Pigs $35, pair $50
Ferrets $90, pair $150
Small Animals $25+, dependent on species
Birds $10-$150+, dependent on species

Adoption fee includes the following:
Initial health screening and veterinary examination
Initial vaccinations
Spaying or Neutering
Veterinary care valued at up to $200 should your pet develop a shelter-related illness within the first seven days of adoption
Rabies vaccination for dogs, cats and ferrets
Permanent microchip identification and registration
Heartworm test and 1st dose of preventative medication for dogs
1st dose of flea prevention/treatment for dogs and cats
Feline Leukemia test for cats
Deworming for intestinal parasites
Tag, collar, and leash or carrier