Shorty was born 7-1-16. We are not positive the beed mix but we are almost positive there is some cocker in the mix. He is a medium size dog, short and stocky arpund 40 pounds. Shorty was saved from a shelter in NC. He was in danger of being euthanized for space after being in their adoption program for over a month. I just could not let that happen. Shorty is a doll of a dog. He loves all people. He likes other dogs. He does bark at the farm cats but we have not formally tested him to see how he would behave. My friendly cats that are not scared and do not run he does not seem to be interested in them. Shorty likes to ride in the car and is just generally a very happy go lucky boy.
He will go to his new home neutered current on vaccines, heartworm tested and on prevention, current on flea prevention and microchipped. He will receive a certificate of health from our vet and the adopter will get all his health records.
We do require a prescreen application to adopt. You can get that on the main website at www.saveamuttkennel.info
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