Hey everyone! Doc Holiday here! He is a 4 year old liver and white purebred weighing in at 38 pounds. His coat is silky and shiny.
Doc is as handsome as the day is long. He is friendly with new people and gets along well with his foster brother and sister. Doc LOVES to be outside patrolling for birds and squirrels. If he could have a pond or waterfront property, he would be in doggy heaven. He is very fond of the water and is an excellent swimmer. He enjoys coming inside for love and attention, and is highly motivated by praise. Besides patrolling for birds and squirrels, he plays fetch with tennis balls and will retrieve his favorite Wubba toy. Doc is very nimble and agile, therefore he needs a home with a 6 ft privacy fence.
Doc is a very strong young man. He was exposed to children at his prior home, and will do best with kids 10 and over. Doc needs a large yard where he can play, patrol, and explore safely. Because of Doc's strong prey drive, there can be NO CATS or small animals at his forever home. Doc is an all around great boy. He is housebroken, rides like a gentleman in the car, and has been crated for very short periods of time without any issues.
If you live an active lifestyle, have a secure fenced yard, and no cats, then please apply today. Doc Holiday is healthy, UTD on all vaccinations, heart worm negative, (on preventative), neutered, and micro chipped. His adoption fee will be $375 to offset his vetting and to allow NBRAN to rescue more of these wonderful family members. Please complete the on-line application by visiting www.nbran.org. Doc is eligible for our canine railroad and can be transported up to 1400 miles from Colorado at no additional charge.
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