Doggie Blu's Story...
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Meet Doggie Blu, Blu for short! Blu is a male, 2 year old bull terrier/dane mix that weighs 42 pounds. Whatever mix he is, he is a definitely a little powerhouse of love. He may be on the smaller side but he is full of energy and love. He has been in board and train with Dog Trainer Lisa Anne Stella at The Doggie Inn in Grafton since February 2017. In this time, Blu has mastered how to become the best dog he can be. He has learned manners and leash walking. He participates in doggie social time with the other dog boarders. He has learned transitional leash walking as well. He can walk on the treadmill like a boss and go through the agility course like a pro. Recently, Blu began having seizures. He is on medication now for the seizures and has not had any seizures. Blu will require lifelong seizure medication and blood panel done every six months to make sure he is doing well. Other than that, Blu has his bags and leash packed and is actively looking for a fur-ever home with a fenced in yard (preferred). Blu is just a happy dog looking for an active family that will give him all the love he needs. Blu will also come with lifelong training at the Doggie Inn if needed. Blu is up to date on vaccinations, neutered, micro-chipped, and heartworm negative. His adoption fee is $120. When you meet him and see his adorable head tilt, we guarantee you will go “GAH!”
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