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Trick

Male Puppy Anatolian Shepherd English Setter (mixed)

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About Trick

Adoption Fee: $560

Trick is a male, English Setter/Anatolian mix, about 18 weeks old. Trick is a love bug just like his sister Treat! He loves to give hugs and cuddle, loves attention, but plays well by himself just chewing on a toy. He is doing amazing at potty training, he does his best to alert his foster when he needs to go potty. He is doing great on leash walking, and he sleeps well in the crate at night but also sleeps well outside of his crate. He is great with other dogs, cats and children! 
 

 Trick and his 2 siblings Treat, and Hazel were found as 8 week old puppies along side 5 more of their siblings. They were picked up by animal control and taken to their shelter. Over the course of 2 months, most of the 8 puppies had been adopted, or saved by rescues. 3 puppies remained. Animal control reached out to Paws Rescue League inc and asked us if we could take the 3 puppies, as they had no place for them in the shelter. 

We saved Trick and Treat and Hazel, got them cleaned up and in foster homes where they can feel safe and comfrotable. They are typical 4 month old puppies, with puppy behaviors. Trick, Treat and Hazel are going to be big dogs. They appear to be re half Anatolian Shepard, and half english setter. Both breeds are working type breeds, and will need families who can mentally stimulate them, as well as provide plety of physical activity. If you are interested in adopting one of these puppies please apply!

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Details

Name
Trick
Age
5 Months, 2 Weeks and 3 Days
Gender
Male
Size
X-Large
Primary Color
White
Secondary Color
Black
Pet Has Special Needs
NO
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
YES
Housetrained
Not Sure
Hypoallergenic
NO
Spayed/Neutered
NO
Ok with dogs
YES
Ok with cats
YES

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Bristol CT 06010

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