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White Hall, AR 71612
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Rottweiler / Mixed (short coat)  : :  Adult  : :  Large


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Please Note: This animal is listed as a courtesy to another organization. Please be sure to contact the foster/caretaker for more information about him/her.

About Dino (Independent Adoption)

  • Status: Available for Adoption (adoption info)
  • Species: Dog
  • General Color: Black with Tan, Yellow or Fawn
  • Ear Type: Natural/Uncropped
  • Tail Type: Long
  • Current Size: 80 Pounds
  • Current Age: 5 Years 5 Months (best estimate)
  • Fence Required: Yes
  • Declawed: No
  • Housetrained: Yes
  • Obedience Training Needed: Has Basic Training
  • Exercise Needs: Moderate
  • Grooming Needs: Moderate
  • Shedding Amount: Moderate
  • Owner Experience Needed: Breed
  • Reaction to New People: Friendly

 

 

Please Note: The below information is from Dinos' current rescue. Dino  is NOT an SSRR dog. He is posted here as a courtesy to Animal Justice League.  Please contact them at info@animaljusticeleague.org if you would like additional information or if you would like to adopt Dino.  

Say hello to Dino! This gentle giant is all about one thing: being with his favorite people! Dino is a sweet Rottie mix estimated to be 4 years old and weighing in at a respectable 80 pounds! While his favorite past time is more of the Netflix & Cuddle variety, he also loves to go on long walks with a best bud and explore the world through his nose. But a backyard with bird and squirrel-viewing would work as well!

Dino has settled into the house life and is potty trained, plus learning that kennel time = treat time! We don't know much about his early life except that he was found in the backyard of an abandoned house - and we suspect his owners left him there. Understandably, he’s hesitant to let his favorite people get too far. His foster is working diligently to show Dino that he doesn’t need to worry about being abandoned again, but a forever family with someone who works from home or where someone is generally around would be ideal while he settles into a new routine and his training is progressed.

Dino would do best in a home with a calm, confident dog. He’s not big on the rough-and-tumble play, so young, energetic dog siblings wouldn’t be the best match. We don’t know yet if Dino would be a good match with kitties or young kiddos as his foster doesn’t have any of those. But we’re working on figuring that out! He has met and does well with older, considerate kids.

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Not Good with Cats, Requires a yard

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