Jeremy - Catahoula Leopard Dog / Rottweiler / Mixed Dog For Adoption
Catahoula Leopard Dog-Rottweiler Mix Dog For Adoption in Nashville, TN


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Date Listed: 02/20/2016
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Breed: Catahoula Leopard Dog-Rottweiler Mix
Gender: Male Male


Age: Adult
Availability Date: 02/20/2016
Location: Nashville, TN 37189
Tags: Catahoula Leopard Dog-Rottweiler Mix Dog For Adoption in Nashville, TN
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Posted Breed: Catahoula Leopard Dog / Rottweiler / Mixed. Robyn's Nest Animal Rescue & SanctuaryNashville, TN email: rbynesnest@yahoo.comJEREMY is an athletic very obedient dog. He is approx. 60lbs. He was found as a stray in rural TN outside Nashville. He know his basic commands and is eager to learn more. He has a high ball drive and loves to play fetch with tennis balls for as long as you have the energy to do so. If you arm gets tired of throwing he will gladly play soccer with you while you kick the ball around. After a good spell of playing in the back yard, he will gladly take a nap on a blanket with you while you read a book. Did you say you wanted a couch snuggle buddy...well then he will gladly oblige in that area as well. He can be selective when it comes to being with other dogs, so it is probably best that he be an only dog, it isn't that he is aggressive it is that his exuberance can be misinterpreted by other dogs who don't seem to appreciate his zealousness. But please don't let the deter you, he does have the potential to overcome these issues with some training, so an experienced adopter who is open to working with a trainer is preferred. One thing we can say for sure about Jeremy, is that he hasn't met a person he doesn't like and everyone that meets him can't help but utter "what a great dog' over and over after meeting for only 10 minutes he is that impressive. So if you want to be charmed and loved unconditionally by a dog that will be your faithful 'fur'ever friend, then Jeremy is the dog for you.You must complete an application before being able to visit a dog. If you expect to leave the dog alone for long periods of time, please do not consider adopting a puppy. Puppies need lots of attention and companionship. Upon interest in one of our dogs, please send an email inquiry to and tell a little bit about your family, an adoption application will be sent to you. A complete application is reguired before a meet-n-greet or home visit by us with the dog to ascertain the fit between dog and family. Meet-n-Greets are by appointment only. Please note that we require you to be age 21 or older to adopt a dog. Vet references and a home visit required. I am an indoor dog with outdoor privileges. All of our dogs are house & crate trained. Homes with fenced in yards are preferred. All our pets are spayed/neutered, and up to date on their shots prior to adoption. Adoption fee of $185 goes towards the cost of care for this pet and future animals we rescue.

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