Adoption fee is $150, this dog is approx. 2 yrs old and about 55 pounds
Aussiedoodle -just a guess
Kamo is a active boy also wearing his camouflage look. He has Aussie herding traits and will need to be kept busy with a active family. He plays well with the other dogs at the rescue, but with the male dogs it is hit and miss but his neuter is recent. He is very into his people, but with his high herding drive he would not be idea for small kids that would be running and playing in a yard that would trigger him to nip at legs. He has a sweet docile side as well so he is quite adaptable. He would likely do better with another dog in the home as he prefers company when his people are away. He has not been tested around cats and is possibly house broken as he has not tried to mark indoors when transitioning through places.
The adoption fee is $150.This dog has had its age appropriate Vaccinations brought up to date with Rabies shot (4 m & older), heartworm tested (4 m & older) and/or started on prevention, basic dewormer, spayed or neutered and microchipped by 24Petwatch with free registration , and also comes with 30 days of free 24Petwatch Pet Insurance .
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