Meeeeet InSPECtor Gadget!
Spec, for short, can't wait to meet you! He is a very eager, silly boy! At 2-3 years old and 60 pounds, this lean guy is ready to GO! Speck is the outdoor-adventure buddy you've been looking for! Just like Inspector Gadget, he is so curious, playful and always finds a way to get kisses! He is a Paws and Prayers volunteer favorite!
Spec came to us a year ago from a pound where he was getting really anxious! Paws and Prayers couldn't leave this sweet, attention-yearning boy behind! He was showing off, dancing in his cage, we knew he would make the perfect companion for someone special! InSPECtor is a very sweet boy who loves his humans, but he is a very active dog and needs a lifestyle to match! Lots of play time is ideal for Spec! He loves romping with his foster-dog siblings and would love a dog buddy in his new home, too! Speck would be awesome for a family looking to provide their existing active dog a companion. Sorry, no kitties for Speck. No children under teens (he would never mean harm, but is strong and would knock little ones over).
Don't get us wrong, when playtime is over, Spec lovessss to curl up with his humans watching TV! You'll earn extra loyalty points if you give him a bone or Kong toy with peanut butter init to chew! ;) Spec is the ultimate package; he is a young enough age that he is house and crate trained, but still eager to learn and play with you! He loves car rides and overall, will make a wonderful companion.
Spec's adoption fee is $150, but this will be refunded if you take him to basic training with you! Look at that HUGE smile! Speck is neutered, microchipped and vaccinated. Don't wait to meet this special guy! He SO deserves his forever home! â¤ Adoption application to meet him >> www.pawsandprayers.org
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