found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Gender: Male, neutered
Breed: Australian Cattle Dog mix
Siblings: Major, Gunner, Nala, Keebler, Snorkey, Kelly
Household a little chaotic? Worried about how a new dog will be with your kids? Haha! Major laughs at the thought of a houshold that’s too active for him!
This boy might be little, but he can handle any situation. After all, he’s living with five kids, starting at 5 years old, right now, and he’s loving every minute of it.
And what is there not to love? He’s constantly surrounded by lots of people who love to pet him and play with him.. .. lots of laps to sit on and hands to scratch behind his ears.. .. lots of little people to chase and be chased by.. .. and most importantly, lots of little ones to snuggle with when it’s time to settle down for the night.
Yes, Major loves everything about kids, and he only hopes that there are some little ones in his future home.
This little boy was one of six wiggling balls of fur born to an almost-pure Australian Cattle Dog (dad) and an Australian Cattle Dog mix (mom). Their owners never planned on having pups. In fact, they already had appts to have both parents fixed when their mother went into heat, and that was that. Thankfully, they got all of the pups into our Better Beginnings program so they could find wonderful new homes, and now Mom and Dad are both fixed, so there won’t be any more little surprises.
Based on their current size and parents, we’re expecting the pups to be 30 to 40 pounds as adults, so potential adopters should plan on a medium-sized dog once they’re all grown up.
He is already fully housebroken and crate trained, but Major is still very young, so you should expect a few accidents in the beginning as he gets used to your home and routine. He has also been leash trained and knows his basic obedience commands.
Major loves cats and is currently sharing his foster home with one cat. He also gets along well with other dogs, but he does prefer to be with dogs who are larger than him (40 pounds or larger).
Interested in meeting Major? He is currently in foster care, but he would love to meet you. Please call 330–397–8270 to schedule an appt to meet him at the shelter. He has already been neutered, fully vaccinated, dewormed and flea treated, so he’s ready to join your family right away.