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ARK - ANIMAL RESCUE KONSORTIUM
Facts about COWBOY-Free to great home with excellent reference
- Breed: Dutch Shepherd/Labrador Retriever Mix
- Color: Black - With Brown, Red, Golden, Orange Or Chestnut
- Age: Young
- Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
- Sex: Male
- ID#: 5502902
My name is COWBOY-Free to great home with excellent reference!
I am already neutered, housetrained, not good with kids, and good with dogs.
Adopt at www.ARKsaves.com
ADOPT DAYS: 1st, 3rd Sat, 10-1, Fetters Feed, 130 Pond Ct, DeBary; 2nd, 4th Sat 11 - 2, Funky Mutt Market, 441 S Woodland, DeLand
Smart as a whip. Needs large yard.
I'm a 2 year old (March 2013) that was abandoned on the on the side of the road under a palm with my siblings at 5 months old. Just left to die. We were skinny and scared but my Foster Mom is super and now I'm a big guy at 80 pounds.
I take life seriously and want to love and protect those who love me in return. I'm loyal, playful,and a steady companion who will serve you well. I am rather quiet unless someone I don't know tries to come into my yard. I am really very sweet and as all Dutch Shepherds protective of my family.
I need a fenced yard please because I can run and play outside while you're away and I'll be fine. You can meet my friend DEILAH, too when you set up a visit with us in Davenport.
Please Contact Sharman at 352-536-3916 or
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No matter what pet you're looking at today please think of helping ARK save Pit Bulls, the most misunderstood dog breed and one of the most loving.
There is no other breed of dog whose mere mention elicits negative opinions. It’s no wonder. No other type of dog is as widely banned from housing, legislated against, or incorrectly vilified by the media. And yet this breed is one of the most loyal and loving. ARK is dedicate to rehoming every pit bull it can and has been 100% successful except for two so terribly abused and dangerous they had to be put to sleep. ARK volunteers never recovered from their loss.