Meet Biscuit-Butt! Isn't he the cutest little dude ever!!! He is a 2 year old boy who appears to be a Blue Healer, Australian Cattle Dog, Beagle, Jack Russell mix. He weighs about 25 pounds. Unfortunately, whoever had him before did not keep him on heartworm preventative so he does have heartworms, but with the proper medical treatment, he will be just fine! (Treatment will be provided by RARE.) He is super playful and does great with other dogs! He likes to run around with the other shelter critters during the day when we are cleaning and doing our morning chores! He is also good with children and cats.
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**All of our pets are or will be spayed/neutered, up to date on all vaccines and micro-chipped prior to adoption. Please complete the application on our website and we will call you to answer any questions you may have.**
Our adoption fees not only help the animal being adopted, but they also help to cover heart-worm treatments and other treatable ailments that many animals, that would otherwise be euthanized, need to be made available for adoption.
Thank you for choosing to adopt, foster, or aid in the rescue efforts of RARE!
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***Please Note*** The breeds noted are guesses on the part of the volunteers of RARE based on the physical characteristics of the particular animal. We are not breed experts; therefore, the noted breeds may not be correct.
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