Pearce was an owner surrender to a shelter in Illinois due to a scuffle he had with another dog in the home. This scuffle was nothing serious at all, no injuries to any dog or any human - but Pearce would have been euthanized as owner surrenders are euthanized first. We couldn't let that happen to this sweet boy! Pearce is a high energy guy that is looking for an active family to keep him busy. We have found that Pearce chooses his dog friends wisely and he really likes when the dog friends he chooses enjoy playing as much as he does! And he is NOT a fan of cats so a home without any kitties would be the perfect home for Pearce. He is house trained and kennel trained, although he isn't a fan of the kennel. Pearce has some seperation anxiety issues he is working through and he is looking for a special family to help him through these issues. He is up to date on vaccinations and waiting to be neutered. If you are interested, please submit an application to foster or adopt Pearce!
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