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Moose

English Bulldog

Male, Young
Greenwood, MO
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Not good with dogs, Not good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
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This is Moose. We adopted him off Craigslist and unfortunately the information we were given was false. We took him in thinking he would be good with kids, dogs and cats. When we brought him home, he was not good with any of them. He hates our cats, harasses our other dogs and , our kids are scared of him because he gets in their face. We were also told he was potty trained but he is not. He has a dominance issue even after being neutered and pees and poops in our females kennels. Besides that he just poops and pees wherever he pleases. Moose is a sweet dog that needs a lot of work. He is not violent and would probably benefit most by being a single dog in a family that can give him a lot of attention and training.
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BOO BOO

Labrador Retriever

Male, 1 yr 4 mos
Lee's Summit, MO
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
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Adoption Fee: $135 Includes: Spay/Neuter, Rabies, Microchip, DA2PP, Pyrantel, Nasal BordatellaAge: 1 year oldWeight: 55.4 lbsIf you are interested in meeting and adopting or have any questions please call the Lee`s Summit Animal Shelter at 816-969-1640 to schedule an appointment.*** BEHAVIOR TEST *** DOG TEST: (Good with Dogs) Boo Boo has met a few other dogs around his age. He was shy at first but opened and likes to play wrestle.CAT TEST: (Needs Testing) BooBoo has never been around cats before.KID TEST: (Good with kids) BooBoo loves everyone he meets. Due to his size and tendancy to jump BooBoo would do better with older children. HOUSE BROKEN: (Needs Work) Boo Boo is not potty trained and needs training. ENERGY LEVEL: (High) BooBoo is still filled will all kinds of puppy energy! He loves to play with toys and is still learning how to play fetch. He loves to run around the yard and enjoys going on long walks. Once you tire him out he will cozy up on the couch with you! LEASH WALKING: (Needs Work) BooBoo loves walks and gets super excited on the leash. He tends to pull when he sees something he finds interesting! KNOWN COMMANDS: Sit (Yes) Down (No) Stay (No) Shake (No) Drop (No)
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BLUEY

Australian Cattle Dog

Male, 5 yrs 8 mos
Lee's Summit, MO
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
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Adoption Fee: $135 Includes: Spay/Neuter, Rabies, Microchip, DA2PP, Pyrantel, Nasal BordatellaAge: 5 years oldWeight: 57 lbsIf you are interested in meeting and adopting or have any questions please call the Lee`s Summit Animal Shelter at 816-969-1640 to schedule an appointment.*** BEHAVIOR TEST *** DOG TEST: (Bad with Dogs) Bluey has a very dominant style of playing that is too much for other dogs and would do best in a home without them. CAT TEST: (Needs Testing) Bluey has never been around cats before.KID TEST: (Decent) Bluey would do best in a home with older children due to his playfulness.ENERGY LEVEL: (High) Bluey is always on the move. This happy boy loves to run around and explore his environment. He is still learning how to play fetch but he loves to chase after his toys. He enjoys going on long walks outside. He will never turn down a good back scratch and isn`t afraid to jump on your lap for some attention. LEASH WALKING: (Needs Work) Bluey is very excitable and pulls hard on the leash.KNOWN COMMANDS: Sit (Yes) Down (No ) Stay (No) Shake (No ) Drop (No )
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FLO FROM PROGRESSIVE

American Pit Bull Terrier

Female, 5 yrs 5 mos
Lee's Summit, MO
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
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Adoption Fee: $135 Includes: Spay/Neuter, Rabies, Microchip, DA2PP, Pyrantel, Nasal BordatellaAge: 3 years oldWeight: 62.3 lbsIf you are interested in meeting and adopting or have any questions please call the Lee`s Summit Animal Shelter at 816-969-1640 to schedule an appointment.***BEHAVIOR TEST***DOG TEST: (Dog Selective) Flo From Progressive would do best in a home with calmer dogs or no dogs at all. She is more calm natured and would be good in a home with the same environment.CAT TEST: (Needs Testing) Flo has never been around cats.KID TEST: (Decent) Due to her calm personality she would do best in a household with older children. HOUSE BROKEN: (House Broken) Flo rarely has accidents in her kennel. She tends to go outside on her walks. ENERGY LEVEL: (Low-Medium) Flo tends to be super calm and affectionate. She enjoys running around outside then snuggling up with you on the couch! As long as you have a constant supply of treats she will never leave your side!LEASH WALKING: (Needs Work) Flo does really good on a leash but pulls occasionally. KNOWN COMMANDS: Sit (Yes) Down (No) Stay (No) Shake (No) Drop (No)
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BADGER

Labrador Retriever Collie

Male, 2 yrs 4 mos
Lee's Summit, MO
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Adoption Fee: $35 Includes: Spay/Neuter, Rabies, Microchip, DA2PP, Pyrantel, Nasal BordatellaAge: 2 years oldWeight: 53.3 lbsIf you are interested in meeting and adopting or have any questions please call the Lee`s Summit Animal Shelter at 816-969-1640 to schedule an appointment.***BEHAVIOR TEST***DOG TEST: (Good with Dogs) Badger has met another dog at the shelter and didn`t seem to mind being around the other dog. He would be okay in a home with another dog or by himself.CAT TEST: (Bad with Cats) Badger has met cats two different times and neither time has gone well. He wants to bark at the cat and gives energy that he would go after a cat if given the option. KID TEST: (Good with Kids) Badger would best in a home with older kids that can handle his size and energy. HOUSE BROKEN: (Needs Work) Badger does occasionally have accidents in his kennel, but will potty outside. ENERGY LEVEL: (Medium-High) Badger loves to play with tennis balls and fetch is his favorite game to play. Anywhere he goes he has to have a tennis ball with him. Badger likes to do his own thing, but likes when people give him attention too. He is extremely motivated with toys and loves to play outside. Badger would do great with an active family that loves to play fetch!LEASH WALKING: (Needs Work) Badger does pull a little hard on the leash and could use some more training. KNOWN COMMANDS: Sit (Yes) Down (No) Stay (No) Shake (No) Drop (No)
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KIARA

Boxer German Shepherd Dog

Female, 2 yrs 3 mos
Lee's Summit, MO
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
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Adoption Fee: $135 Includes: Spay/Neuter, Rabies, Microchip, DA2PP, Pyrantel, Nasal BordatellaAge: 2 years oldWeight: 54.6 lbsIf you are interested in meeting and adopting or have any questions please call the Lee`s Summit Animal Shelter at 816-969-1640 to schedule an appointment.***BEHAVIOR TEST***DOG TEST: (Good with Dogs) Kiara has meet another dog at the shelter and did good. She would do good in a home with another dog, but also would be okay on her own.CAT TEST: (Good with Cats) Kiara has been in a home with cats before and didn`t mind being around them.KID TEST: (Good with Kids) Kiara would do best in a home with older kids that understand her boundaries. HOUSE BROKEN: (Housebroken) Kiara seems to be potty trained and keeps a fairly clean kennel. ENERGY LEVEL: (Medium) Kiara likes to run around with other dogs and do whatever they are doing. Sometimes she wants to play and other times she just wants to explore on her own. Kiara`s favorite toy is a tennis ball and will run around with one in her mouth. She also isn`t shy about wanting some back scratches!LEASH WALKING: (Good) Kiara walks well on a leash, but is still a little timid from time to time. KNOWN COMMANDS: Sit (Yes) Down (No) Stay (No) Shake (No) Drop (No)

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Scottish Terrier Rescue of Western Missouri

2206 ValleyView West, Pleasant Hill, MO 64080

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Pleasant Hill Animal Shelter

223 patterson st, pleasant hill, MO 64080

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PBRC - NATIONAL Listings - Check (STATE) Dogs Location

312 SW Greenwich Dr #318, Lees Summit, MO 64082

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Lee's Summit Animal Control

1991 SE Hamblen Road, Lee's Summit, MO 64082

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs, rabbits, reptiles, small animals

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Small Paws

Kingsville, MO 64061

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Something Special Castaways Rescue

Raymore, MO 64083

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Raymore Animal Control

1023 S Madison Street, Raymore, MO 64083

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs, rabbits, small animals

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Happy Dogs Rescue

Kansas City, MO 64063

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Furry Kids' Refuge

Lee's Summit, MO 64063

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Kansas City Siamese Rescue

PO Box 1245, Lee's Summit, MO 64063

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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