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COURTESY LISTED DOG. DISCLAIMER.We hope that you will consider adopting Angus. He is a courtesy listed dog. This means that he is not a part of or associated with Best Friend Pet Adoption (BFPA). The bio information listed for him was provided by individual caregivers and not generated or verified by BFPA. Adoption arrangements will be a private arrangement between you and his rescuer. As with any dog adoption, BFPA encourages potential adopters to gain as much information as possible before adopting. This includes temperament testing and verification of vet records to ensure the dog is in good health, UTD on vaccinations and has been sterilized. For more information about Angus or to meet him, please email Brandi at Brandi@gorealty.biz.
COMMENTS ABOUT ANGUS: Angus is a loyal and energetic dog who loves playing with a frisbee. He likes to run and fetch. He gets along with adults and children. Angus will usually get along with other dogs but must have proper introductions in the beginning. He walks well on a leash...until he sees a squirrel or bunny. With his prey drive, he should not be in a house with cats.
Angus was rescued from a bad situation. He has undergone heart worm treatment and is in good health now. He can be apprehensive initially when meeting new people but once he understands that you are his friend, he will be very friendly. Please consider making Angus a part of your family since he deserves the best life can give him!
COURTESY LISTED DOG. PLEASE CONTACT BRANDI AT firstname.lastname@example.org FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ANGUS.
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