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Male Young Terrier (Unknown Type, Small) (mixed)

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About Oscar

Adoption Fee: $250

Oscar is a 3-year-old terrier mix weighing in at 13 lbs. This scruffy sweet little boy is house trained but not a fan of a crate. He enjoys walking on a leash and playing fetch. Oscar loves attention and being loved. He is up to date on vaccines, heartworm negative, neutered, and microchipped. Oscar is not a fan of children and is toy aggressive with his foster dog siblings. He is fine with other dogs unless a toy is involved. Oscar is a one-person dog and needs an experienced adopter to work with him on meeting new people. If you are interested in giving Oscar a forever home, please visit and submit an adoption application. You will also find our adoption process listed.



Date of Birth
September 03, 2017
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Shots up to date
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Ok with dogs
Ok with cats

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