Meet Dice! This one year old strikingly handsome boy is an absolute all-star. He is great with dogs, cats, and kids! He is excellent on a leash (even kids can walk him) he is completely crate trained and house trained, and knows sit. He is also trained to not get on the furniture! He is a great sharer and will share toys, treats, bones, and even food with his foster fur siblings.
Dice is very affectionate and loves to be with his humans. He isn't very playful and won't fetch, but enjoys a good bone to chew on. He would be good for one to two light walks a day, but he is mostly sedentary/a Netflix and chill bro. He loves to lie on his back and wiggle back and forth to scratch himself on the carpet! Dice would do amazing in any home because he is so perfect.
Dice was confiscated from his previous living situation and wound up at Dallas Animal Services and was deemed rescue only due to being heartworm positive, and he will be medically cleared by June 14th! His foster mom says he is the best foster dog she's ever had and wishes she could adopt him as her very own but already has too many dogs!
Will you open your heart and home to Mr. Dice? Apply to adopt him today!
Dice is available for pre-adopt only at this time, as he is heartworm positive. Heartworm disease is a non-contagious and treatable condition in dogs, but is fatal if left untreated. For more information about the spread, treatment, and prevention of heartworms visit: http://www.aspca.org/pet-care/dog-care/heartworm
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