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June 5, 2007

Meet Rascal II !

Note: This dog is not in our program.
This is a courtesy listing only, to assist in finding this dog a home.

Due to no fault of his own Rascal is once again looking for his forever home. His adopted mom was crazy about him but she was in a car accident and now is unable to walk or take care of him. Rascal was doing well on his house training and has gained some needed weight. He now weights 20 pounds. He will be a very good companion.

Rascal II is a smooth black & tan Brussels Griffon. He is two years old, stands 15" at the shoulders and weighs 17 pounds. He is up to date on shots and is neutered. He is a very nice dog and gets along well with other dogs. Because Rascal II was too big for breeding he was taken to a dog auction where he received NO BIDS. Lucky for him that he was rescued by the Okmulgee Humane Society and is in a foster home where he is in potty training. He is now crate trained, house trained (as long as you are very diligent), leash trained and very friendly with strangers. Rascal II is looking for his forever home where he can blossom into a dearly loved companion.

Please fill out an application to adopt him.

Rascal II is located in near Tulsa, OK.

For more information on Rascal II contact Mary Sanders, 918-756-1743 H, 918-304-7699 C.

September 9, 2007


Rascal II has been Adopted!

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