Adopted Boots, STAR # 1274
Boots was found at MCAS. It took several baths to reveal the beautiful shiny black dog with a curly coat. The Butler family are looking for an active companion for their female Lab and the kids. The boot is a puppy but after a few lessons will be perfect for them. Thanks to Julie for fostering Boots and putting up with his quirky funny personality (this dog talks).
Adoption Pending Boots, STAR # 1274
Boots is a 50 lb. black bi with a crop of fabulous shiny ebony curls on his back.
After being left in a crate far too long at the shelter and suffering from kennel cough, Boots was a bit wild, played way too hard, barked all the time, and was an unhappy, crate shy dog. After a month in foster care, he has settled into a medium energy happy dog, who still likes to chew, (ugh), runs like the wind, quiets quickly inside and crates easily with a treat offering. It’s cute that he talks when he’s hungry and talks when he needs to go outside. He does manage to counter surf once in a while, tears any paper left sitting around, and can become destructive if left unsupervised. He’s pretty good on a leash but will need more work. No children under the age of 10 at this time and no idea about cats.
The boot is a lovable pup, and I believe his speed and talent for catching balls and frisbees might make him a good sports dog. He gets along with other dogs, needs help with some commands, and would benefit from professional training, as would any one-year-old pup. He will need someone patient and loving with a sense of humor that can laugh at his trickery. If you would like to meet Boots, please fill out an application, he’s waiting just for you.
New Dog Boots, STAR # 1274
Beautiful curly and shiny black bi male that has been at MCAS far too long. All we know is that he is 47 lbs. and approximately one year old. He has been totally vetted and chipped. He is Heartworm negative. His foster home is in Cypress.
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