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Male Young White German Shepherd Husky (mixed)

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About Arlo

Adoption Fee: $575

We saved Arlo from a kill shelter, he was picked up as a stray and brought to Animal Control, he was given 3 days for his current owner to claim him (if he had an owner), or find a new adopter, or be saved by a rescue. Paws Rescue League works hard to save many dogs facing this situtation. Healthy, young good dogs are euthanized for space, as Animal Control needs to respond to calls about strays, so if they are full of dogs that no one claims, or adopts they would be unable to pick up any other dogs. We as well as the local Humane Society, and a few other rescues, work tirelessly to save these innocent dogs lives, who want nothing more than to be loved.

Arlo is a bright light of happiness and joy! Even when in the scary shelter where he was unsure where he was or what would happen, he was trusting of everyon, and was as wiggly as a worm, and a hige smile on his face. He was just beaming with positivity. To think this beuatiful light could be extinguished soley because he was taken up a kennel is awful.

  Arlo was temperament tested, and taken out of the shelter and placed in a TN foster home, where he got lots of love, and affection, and went to the vet for a physical exam, and HWT, neutered and vaccinated. Arlo is currently in his CT foster home, and he is very much a Husky Shepard mix! You have never met a sweeter, more loving and happy dog. Arlo is truly a wiggle butt! He wags his tail with such happiness his whole body wags, it is the cutest thing, then add his huge happy smile! He is truly a great dog, who loves everyone and has never met a stranger ( everyone is a friend). 

Arlo will be at our Summer event at Petco in Willimantic CT on 08/21/2022! Check out our website for more event details!

Arlo is a 10-12 month old, male,  White swiss shepard/husky mix, who weighs about 40lbs. When he was picked up by Animal Control is was clear he was very under weight and malnourished. His ideal weight should be about 55 -60lbs. He is crate trained, he has picken up on house breaking pretty well, our guess is he spent much of his short life on his own, outside, and eager to meet and interact with people. Arlo is good with other dogs, he has not been cat tested yet, he is good with children, we suggest older children as he is still learning all "indoor manners", and how to be the best FURbaby!



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Paws Rescue League Inc.

Bristol CT 06010

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