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Referrals are available for adoption directly from their owner. Descriptions of the dogs are provided by the dog's owner. If you are interested in adopting one of these dogs, please contact the owner listed.


Referral Dog #: 100
Name: Shadow
Age: 1-2 Years Sex: Male
Coat: Black and White
Eyes: Brown

Healthy, Heartworm negative, housebroken (never once had an issue), microchipped, Rabies shot done on October 10, 2016.

Shadow loves to run, it takes well beyond an hour at the dog park to slow him down. When I first found him he was incredibly nervous of strangers, he wouldn’t even go near my fiancé (male) although once I got home from work and walked into the garage (where my fiancé just told me there was a nervous Husky, but I was the nervous one) I walked in and he jumped on me giving my face lots of kisses and love. Once I was confident enough about his personality I introduced him to my 40lb Lab mix and 20lb Aussie. They all play very well together although I do not leave him unattended with my Aussie because it doesn’t quite seem he grasps the concept that she is less than half of his size and I am only worried that he’ll run her over.

After a few days he was just as loving with my fiancé and strangers at Petsmart. He lived with my 3-year old niece for a couple of months and he let her tug on him, hit him, and all of the scary things a 3-year old tries to do a dog and he never once gave anything other than love to her.

He is not crate trained. He is an escape artist and has even ripped apart the plastic board at the bottom of the crate which was a huge safety concern so I have not tried that again. I have also lost carpeting in the guest room when I tried to lock him in. I am not able to run him like he deserves so I related the anxiety to have high pent up energy. He does just fine if I leave him out in the house with my Lab mix. Knock on wood, they haven’t gotten into any trouble. He is leash trained: I wouldn’t let a 3-year old walk him; I can hold on to him just fine.

I have also not had any food/ toy/ water aggression issues from him at all.

Contact: Sheyanna Breningstall, Jacksonville, FL Sheyanna.breningstall@yahoo.com.


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