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Male Puppy Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium) Unknown (mixed)

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About Dekker

Adoption Fee: $325

Dekker was born on March 8, 2021.  He was born under a lady's porch, and we were called to help.  This little guy just had his first set of puppy shots, dewormer, and exam.  He will not be available to go to his forever home until he is eight weeks old.  The vet cannot give us an exact breed mix for Dekker, but we have a mom's photo included with the images.  We do not know who the father is or the breed of the father.  We do know that Dekker is a sweet, loving, and funny puppy.   Dekker would love to have a fur-sibling to play with and a fenced-in backyard at his forever home.  

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