In early 2011, three little pups and their mother, June Cleaver, arrived at ARF. June was a loving, attentive mother to her three pups. She was also a fluffy, golden sprite of a dog, and was quickly adopted once her pups got to a self-sufficient age. Though her sweet pups are now grown, not a single one has been adopted from ARF. Beaver is one of these dogs, a sweet pup that has spent his entire life at the shelter. Beaver is truly charming, with a gorgeous black and chestnut coat. Like many puppies that only know the shelter life, he is very close with his siblings but somewhat less certain about people. Yet given his calm demeanor and curious disposition, we have no doubt that he will quickly bond with new family members. Beaver is fairly small, weighing in around 30 lbs, and would be a perfect fit for any family. This dog has spent the first 3 years of his life at the shelter -- let's not prolong his stay a day longer.
Beaver Cleaver, Shepherd Mix has been shared from Shelter Exchange.
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