Dunkin was left at a shelter but really needs a home to stretch out in and people to love. He is a year old and weighs about 48 lbs. Dunkin is the definition of a snuggle bug and such a lover. He thinks he is a lap dog and will climb into your lap and watch tv with you. He Is very submissive and calm but does enjoy a good romp in the yard with his fur friends. Dunkin is crate trained and almost has the potty training conquered. He loves going for walks or riding in the car. And he is quickly learning basic commands.
Dunkin may look like an adult dog, but he plays like a puppy and follows his foster momma all around the house. When he gets underfoot, he obeys the instruction to 'go lay down'. We are also teaching him not to jump up on people, but he is just such a friendly guy that he wants to greet you. This beautiful dog loves kisses and after his breakfast ( he is always ready to EAT!) and a pee break, he is ready to play and be your bestie. He loves his long legged stuffed toys and playing tug o' war with his rope. He will go back to his crate if you have to go to work and will be soo happy to see you when you return. Dunkin asked me to tell you to lay on the kisses and hugs because they are very important to him, thank you very much!
Due to breed restriction laws, Dunkin cannot be adopted in Miami Dade county.
Adoption fee is $225 and includes DHPP & rabies vaccinations, heartworm testing, spay/neuter surgery, deworming, and microchip. All animals are examined by a veterinarian. Please fill out our application at http://adoptadog.goodkarmapetrescue.org if you are interested in meeting or adopting this dog and we will be in touch right away!
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