Cody is a beautiful young adult that is ready to have a loving home! He is very quiet and calm in the crate and easy to walk outside. He came all the way from Texas where he was abandoned by a rescue after being pulled out of a shelter along with two other dogs. Now he is in Benton, Pennsylvania and needs a good person to give him the love and attention he deserves. He seems crate trained. He does not go potty in his crate, only goes outside. So we believe he is housetrained. He is Heartworm negative and also vaccinated with all core vaccines. No known health issues. He seems to be dog friendly and adult friendly. We still have to test him around children and cats. If someone is interested with how he does w children or cats we can expedite the testing, just let me know. If interested in meeting this quiet boy message Casey at 570-441-0083. Thank you!
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