EST. D.O.B: 01/22/2003
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Rusty is a good boy, he has been with us for a while now and would really like to have a forever home and family to call his own. Rusty can sometimes be a bit cautious when meeting new people, but once he knows you he is very loving and loyal. He does well with female dogs and some male dogs are ok too. Rusty is ok with cats and should do fine with some farm animals. We say Rusty is not house broken, but he does not go potty in his kennel area if let out into the play area or walked. Rusty walks very well on a leash. He is very smart and willing to learn so I don’t believe housetraining would be an issue. Rusty would do best in a home with adults & older children. Rusty is active but not hyper he requires some exercise but not as mush as a younger dog. Some play time in a fenced yard or just a nice walk would be enough and the he could be couch potato. If you’re looking for a great dog that is out of the puppy stage and would be loving and very loyal please consider adopting Rusty.
If you’re interested in Rusty go to www.olivebranchwv.org and fill out an online application. Someone will get back to you ASAP. You can also come and visit him, or you can call and find out more information. 304-652-1010
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