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Terrier / Mixed (medium coat)  : :  Male (neutered)

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About Bow

  • Status: Adopted!
  • Adoption Fee: 350
  • Species: Dog
  • Rescue ID: D200070
  • General Color: White with Black
  • Color: Bicolor
  • Current Age: 8 Months (best estimate)

UPDATE: Bow experienced some medical issues shortly after we welcomed him to Paw Placement and, after many weeks of questions, stress and struggles, our wonderful vet team figured out he was suffering from toxoplasmosis. He received the treatment he needed and is now a healthy boy!

Bow is a spunky, sweet and mischievous boy! His favorite thing is playing with his furry foster siblings, and we are looking to place him in a home with a doggie playmate or two. Now he's a bit older, he is crate and house trained in his foster home, and is generally a very well behaved boy. He is, however, a bit mischievous and is always the first one to explore something new. He comes in from outside with sticks, he steals foster mom's socks, and, if something turns up missing, Bow is the first suspect!

Puppy Bio: Bow and Arrow are the sweetest, spunkiest, most loving terrier mix pups we've had the pleasure of meeting in quite some time! Though they came to us in pretty bad condition, they are now happy and thriving in their foster home. Bow and Arrow are energetic and playful, and spend many hours each day wrestling and playing with their furry foster siblings. They are also affectionate and cuddly, and enjoy some quality lap time and snuggles, but only once they are tired from their play sessions. They are smart and eager to please and, with consistent training and boundaries, are picking up on their house training quickly. These pups would prefer to find a forever home with a doggie playmate, as they'd be awfully bored without a furry companion to keep them company. They've never been exposed to children, so will need to placed in a home without children under 8.

As with all young puppies, these babies will require lots of continued training in their forever homes including crate, house and potty training and, perhaps most important, lots of continued socialization.

Because we don't know their parents, there's no way to know the exact breed or expected adult weight for Bow and Arrow. Their forever families should be open to any breed and any size!

A note from foster mom: Both Bow and Arrow are as feisty as it gets! Bow tries to entertain my adult chihuahua, who wants no part of whatever he’s doing, but Bow won’t take no for an answer. He’ll bark and pester him until I intervene. Both pups get loud when they play sometimes. They both have had minimal accidents since being in my eagle-eyed care, and have learned to go over to the door, scratch and whine at it when they need to go potty (this won't transfer to their new home; they'll need to start with the basics again). Bow is independent and outgoing with dogs, always trying to stir something up with someone. He is confident and takes things head on.

If you are interested in adopting, please complete an adoption application. Because we expect a large number of applications, and are still understaffed due to COVID19, we will only be able to email those applicants that are approved to schedule a meet and greet. Thank you in advance for your understanding if you don't hear back from us regarding your application.

More about Bow

Good with Dogs, Good with Kids, Good with Adults

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