This little guy has it ALL! He's handsome, smart and unbelievably sweet. Whiskey is a 4 month old Australian Shepherd/Labrador mix who weighs just about 25 pounds currently and is expected to be a medium sized adult, around 45 pounds. He was born with a naturally nubby tail and it just adds to his long list of cuteness. His floppy ears and freckled belly bring a smile to all who get to meet him. He will be an amazing addition to a family and bring tons of laughter and love with him.
Whiskey has a perfect mix of all of the great qualities from both breeds that he is mixed with. He's a family friendly, lovebug but has amazingly fun energy for playing outside (and inside) with his human and dog friends. He's a free spirited puppy who loves adventure just as much as he loves to snuggle up to his fosters. His foster is a dog trainer so he's learning constantly and his puppy manners are coming around very quickly. As hard as it is to imagine that a puppy can be both playful and calm, this is true of Whiskey. He has fun when it's play time and when that is over, he's relaxed.
Whiskey has so much character and his personality is simply irresistible! He is neutered, microchipped and current on all of his vaccinations. He is also house trained, crate trained and knows his leash skills. He gets along with all dogs and people and is just as close to perfect that we've ever found in a puppy. He deserves an amazing life and we'd love to see him become a very important member of a family very soon.
If Whiskey sounds too good to be true, you must email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a visit to meet him yourself. If you can't wait to add him to your family, then please visit our website at www.duckteam6.org/adopt to fill out an adoption application.
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