I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Biggs and 4 siblings were left at a local vet office by the owner. The vet contacted local rescues and we were the only one to step forward. He was going to euthanize them had we not taken them. Such is life in rural TN where there are NO spay/neuter laws and many unwanted litters. We believe them to be Newfie/Aussie mix pups. They have webbed feet and Biggs weighs aprx. 46 pounds @ 5 mo. They have had 3 puppy shots, bordatella vac , rabies and have been wormed several times. They have been fed high quality puppy food mixed with sweet potatoes. He has not been cat tested . They are not aggressive - just playful so with careful, supervised introduction I wouldn't expect a problem. Biggs is a very low key boy. He will play, but prefers to lay at your feet and get a good ear or belly rub! He will make a wonderful companion dog. He bonds quickly. He is doggie door trained and has not had an accident. He loves to play keep-away with a rope toy and enjoys chewing on Nylabones (Y bone shaped for "tough chewers" - not the puppy kind).
Biggs will be neutered prior to adoption. Biggs will be transported to the NE via Alpha Dog Transport upon adoption. They charge $125 for their services. They will also hand off all vet records at that time.
Pups this age cannot be left alone for over 3hrs. at a time. This requirement aids in housebreaking and bonding with your dog.
Biggs is best in a home with older children, and must have a fenced yard. A condo or apartment is not for him!
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